Gee Massam Art is one of the artists I discovered when researching tutorials for my new Winsor & Newton WC Markers.
My play test was a different process as he lays in Pigments a bit at a time whereas I went all over first and then activated with water. He said on a different video that he had better results doing it one section at a time because of it leaving pigment strokes otherwise … I think paper choices make a difference as I had no problem my way, using Strathmore’s Visual Journal 140#.
Anyway, adding to our resources now in case others have these products and will be encouraged to play too. 🙂
I contacted Winsor & Newton about Pigment information for their Watercolour Markers. Ann McCarthy was kind enough to send me the info as it was an oversight on their website but should be there soon. I’m attaching here for anyone else who may be interested.
@sandra-strait You’re welcome Sandra! I think Ann was as surprised as me that it wasn’t on their website. 😮 Today now however, I was playing with them and realised it’s printed on the pens themselves. 😂 🤦🏼♀️ Their chart is easier to read though. lol
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