I often think of art tools like people. Some are fine and I enjoy being around them, though I might not want to take them home with me. Some are difficult, but I can usually find a bit of good in there somewhere. Some are excellent with others but totally rub me the wrong way.
And some I fall completely, irrevocably in love with.
The trick is to find a tool, or in light of this topic, a watercolor paper that suits you. Whether or not you enjoy a certain brand of watercolor paper has more to do with you than the paper. Most artist-grade watercolor papers are extremely well made, but if your personalities and characteristics clash, you won’t enjoy painting on it.
Today I’m sharing my four favorite watercolor paper brands. They aren’t necessarily the top selling brands nor are they the most well known, but I think these papers are worth the effort to seek them out.Read More