What is in our paints? This blog post will inform you on what is in your paints, why they are there, and how they will impact your art. You will also find out how professional and student grade paints differ.
Swatch Cards: The Ultimate Guide
Learn how to make swatch cards, use them efficiently, and sort out all your paints!
An Interview with Jackmans Art Materials
This month, I had a (virtual) sit-down with Marc (the founder), to learn more about how other paintmakers find their business. So sit down with a cup of tea, grab your favourite snack, and enjoy!
Life running a small business – Answering questions from my subscribers
Owning a small art business is not easy. As many of you know, there are far too many factors outside your control, particularly when times are hard economically. However, there are also so many incredible highs. Being able to set…
The Best Watercolour Supplies for Plein Air Painting
This guide has been made to help you gather up all your supplies, buy anything to plug in the gaps, and step out into the wild to paint the world.
The Joys of Nature Journaling with Carrie Rogers Art
Grab a cup of tea and enjoy this interview with Carrie Rogers on nature journaling, her favourite supplies, and more!
Pigments vs Dyes Vs Lakes
Learn about the differences between colourants in paint; pigments, dyes, and lakes.
Prussian Blue Uncovered: The Colour
This post will talk about the use of the colour in watercolour; how it compares between commercial and handmade brands, mixes it excels in, and viable alternatives, should you decide that you would rather use a different pigment.
The Essentials Palette
This is the second collaboration palette I have done, this time with Ilsea.art. Ilse is an artist who is known for her use of bright colours, harmonious mixes, and a stunning ‘candy’ series (see below). I fell in love with…
Midnight Forest Palette
Tl;dr – this is the first collaboration palette of KHH, with the nature artist Carrie Rogers Art. We worked together to design the perfect palette for her, and… here it is! This has been the work of three months discussing…