Those who read my recent series of posts about using watercolor palettes may remember that I did not recommend this type – with wells in the cover and base – BECAUSE the dried paint falls out . . .
Last time, we talked about the importance of avoiding pan pollution to retain the brilliant and transparent essence of watercolors. So, where can you make your mess, then?
Watercolor palettes, with their jewel-like collections of color, are as much a toy as a tool, and the variety of formats and functionalities means you could play with them forever. But that same variety of details means that there are… Continue Reading