Of course, anything can be used to make art but this page focuses on the paints, surfaces, brushes, tools and media that have been specifically developed to create 2D and 3D artwork - strange substances that may seem out of the ordinary and, indeed, mysterious – especially if you’re a beginner. So, let’s reveal their secrets...!
PaintbrushesWhy are Some Brushes More Expensive?
Which Watercolour Brush?
How to Use a Mop or Wash Brush
Winsor & Newton Series 7 – by Royal Appointment
Introduction to Miniature or Spotter Brushes
Which Brushes are Best for Acrylics?
Introduction to Rigger Brushes
Choosing Oil Painting Brushes
A Painter’s Guide to Brush Shapes
Cleaning and Storing Artists’ Brushes
Have Brush, Will Travel
Colour ChartsRoyal Talens EF Gouache
Royal Talens Van Gogh Oil
Sakura Glaze Pens
Sennelier Egg Tempera
Sennelier Oil Pastels
Sennelier Pure Dry Pigments
Sennelier Soft Pastels
Sennelier Watercolour Paint
Winsor & Newton Artist Oil Paint
Winsor & Newton Artisan WMO Paint
Winsor & Newton Calligraphy Ink
Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolour
Winsor & Newton Drawing Ink