Metallic paints pens | Friday is #HisameReview

Every Friday I feature some of the products, services and machines I use in my projects. Let’s help each other find the best things for our hobbies or businesses! \(^o^)/ Use #HisameReview to find more recommendations.

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Metallic paint  Review
Derwent: are not very visible on black paper and if you use water to blend them they become so see through that you can’t tell the colors apart..
Ek tools:  nice, vibrant color, solid fill, can be blended on plastic or ceramic surfaces, they don’t clog. The red color is not appealing though. I’ve yet to find a true red metallic marker, I’ve had more success with paint and acrylics. 
Bic: they are more resilient than Ek, since they claim to be permanent. Lovely colors, vibrant, blend nicely on plastic or ceramic surfaces but dry quickly so if you want to blend be quick otherwise you’ll just write over the previous color.
Sharpie: blend even after drying and when heated become even more resilient, but on black paper they have issues covering. Ek and Bic cover the black paper better and have a bigger flow of color in the tip. 

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Watercolor products | Friday is #HisameReview

Every Friday I feature some of the products, services and machines I use in my projects. Let’s help each other find the best things for our hobbies or businesses! \(^o^)/ Use #HisameReview to find more recommendations.

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Watercolor Review
Stabilo: are awesome fine-point pens that can be blended  with water and they come in  diverse nuances if you purchase the bigger packs.
Staedler:  watercolor pencils are smooth and vibrant, bendable, they last a long time and come in numerous mate nuances. If you’re looking for metallic watercolor pencils then search for  Derwent pencils.
Canson: is a brand of great absorbent specially dedicated watercolor paper. It’s thicker than normal paper and you can still feel the fibers and the sheets come  in many sizes.

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