July 2021 Review Roundup

Listen beautiful relax classics on our Youtube channel.

Below are the artbooks and supplies featured in March 2021.

Books

  1. Affinity Photo Workbook
  2. Gouache in 4 Easy Steps: A Beginner’s Guide to Creating Beautiful Paintings in No Time
  3. James Martin’s Muse
  4. Six/Seis by Jesus Cisneros
  5. The Art of The Mitchells vs The Machines
  6. Namaha: Stories from the Land of Gods and Goddesses by Abhishek Singh
  7. The Art of NASA: The Illustrations That Sold the Missions

Product reviews

  1. Folio Palette from Art Toolkit
  2. LG Gram (2021)
  3. Winsor & Newton Synthetic Sable Watercolour Brush
  4. A Gallo Handmade Watercolour
  5. Piston Brush Pens
  6. Ugee M708 pen tablet
  7. Nevskaya Palitra kolinsky sable watercolour brush
  8. Dell Inspiron 14 (5410)
  9. Xencelabs Quick Keys shortcut remote

Online courses

  1. Exploratory Sketchbook: Find Your Drawing Style by Sarah van Dongen
  2. Illustrated Life Journal: A Daily Mindful Practice by Kate Sutton

Youtube videos

  1. Huion Kamvas Pro 24 (4K) Unboxing + First Impression
  2. Angry portraits by Tiffany
  3. Review: Xencelabs Quick Keys shortcut remote
  4. A. Gallo Colors handmade watercolour (review)
  5. Form of the Head and Neck by Uldis Zarins (book review)
  6. Are piston brush pens any good?
  7. Why do you see HUE on watercolour tubes?
  8. Artist Review: Lululook Magnetic Stand for iPad Pro and Air 4
  9. Messing around with mixed media art
  10. Benu Foxglove fountain pen (REVIEW + GIVEAWAY)
  11. Testing PB74, PB35 & PB28 from Kremer Pigments in Set #1
  12. COVID-19 vaccination in Singapore

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