Using white ink is a favorite element that I use to polish off the finishing touches of my paintings. I’ve been using Copic white ink for years now and have come to love this expensive and sometimes elusive supply. But is it really the best as so many claim in the art community? Especially when compared to its cheaper counterpart – Dr. Ph. Martin’s Bleed Proof White Ink. Well, that is what we are going to be testing today!
What’s the Big Deal About Porcelain? One supply every watercolorist must own is a watercolor palette. It’s a staple for anyone attempting to pursue this art form but do you really need to invest in a porcelain palette? Is it worth the price and all the hype? Well, before I share my thoughts – let’s first take a look at three advantages and disadvantages to using a porcelain palette. 3 Advantages to Using a Porcelain Porcelain Palette Larger Surface: Most porcelain palettes are very larger in the surface area than metal and plastic palettes. This is because they are meant to be used as a stationary supply the sits on your desk or work area. A great advantage of this larger surface space is mixing space. Most watercolor artists love to mix up their own