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Friday, March 24, 2017
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
We at collage are always excited about a product with great color, so today we want to highlight a newcool new product bursting with color: Chameleon markers. These innovative markers are good for paper crafts, coloring books, manga, fine art and more. These markers are special because they can change tone as you color.
For instance, to create the images above, we used Strathmore Marker Paper, 6x8" pad, and just three Chameleon markers: YG3 (spring meadow), PK4 (peony pink), and BV2 (lavender).
This is a product that is great to use on-the-go: no need to travel around with a clunky bag of markers; with Chameleon markers, one marker will offer a large range of tones.
Maybe you’ve seen these around, and wondered how they work. We’re here to show you! Chameleon markers are available at all 3 collage locations. Click below to learn more about these unique markers.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Spring is one of the best times to break out the watercolors. With colorful flowers budding up from the earth, and the rain starting to subside (hopefully!), it is a great time to pack up your paints, go outside, and do some plein air painting!
One of our favorite brands of watercolors is Daniel Smith Watercolors. These excellent paints are packaged and produced right here in the Pacific Northwest, in Seattle. The company has been around for more than 30 years, and their line boasts more than 240 brilliant colors!
With all of those colors, it can be a little overwhelming. So we are here to break it down for you. Click the link below for more information.
We have Daniel Smith watercolors available at all 3 collage locations! We also have watercolor paper and brushes to get you all set up.