Below you will find two alternative methods to the Photo Emulsion method. Both use Screen Filler and Drawing Fluid instead of Photo Emulsion. The Screen Filler method involves a more organic process, it is great for painterly or hand-drawn prints. Find Speedball Screen Filler and Drawing Fluid here.
We now carry Escoda's Prado Synthetic Sable Travel Brushes - a more cost effective way to experience Escoda's Travel Brushes!
Prado Synthetic Sable Brushes are made with synthetic fibers that are very similar to sable hair. The synthetic fibers imitate the properties (color, spring, and the ability to absorb liquids) that artists look for in a sable brush. Escoda takes this similarity even further by using a combination of three different diameters and three lengths of fibers to create a brush with the same brushstroke result as one made with natural sable hair. The travel brushes come with a cap that extends the handle for convenient use. These beautiful brushes are perfect for anyone who likes to work outside their home or studio.
In this video, Jacquard combines Screen Printing and Tie Dye techniques with their new product Color Magnet to create custom tote bags! If you prefer not to screen print, you can also paint, draw (with the Color Magnet pen), stencil and stamp with Color Magnet!
We carry the new Faber-Castell White Pitt Pen!
The Big Artist Pen features a bullet nib and opaque white India ink. The odorless ink is permanent and archival.
The White Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen is perfect for fine art and craft applications. Artist, Don Colley, uses them to add highlights to his Pitt Pen drawings. Watch the video below to see how they can be used by crafters!
Watch the video below to see how Don Colley uses Pitt Artist Pens!