If one Autumn evening, you are feeling bored or even feeling sorry for yourself. Then you might like to get crafty and try out these Hunkydory watercolours pencils.
Now I’m not particularly a crafty/arty person. In fact, I’ll let you on a little secret. I failed at art in school. I cannot draw/design/craft anything to save my life, I draw like a ten years old girl and believe you me, I mess everything up.
That is how it always has been for me – someone who can do art. Well, that until I got older and started to use Adobe Photoshop. Yes, Photoshop was a game changer for me. To cut a long story short, I met Richard, and through him, I became interested in digital art. So I got interested in Photoshop and would ‘attempt’ to make digital work of art.
I think at one time I did even have a DeviantArt account and be so proud of myself posting my crappy piece of ‘art’.
Trust me I’m no Picasso.
Moving on, with me feeling ill recently and wanting to do an activity that doesn’t require being in front of a screen. I decided to look into ‘traditional’ art. Or at least art that doesn’t require using Photoshop.
This was, of course, being all inspired how one afternoon I went down a rabbit hole on YouTube and decided to binge watch a load of watercolours art video.
Let me tell you; there is a lot of amazing artist on Youtube. Modern-day Picasso. One channel you need to subscribe too is Laovaan.
As I was saying, I wanted to venture into something a little more traditional. So when Hunkydory got in contact with me and asked if I wanted to try out their watercolours pencils, I off course, jumped at the chance.
Now I’m not under any illusion that I will ever be good as those artists on YouTube. But a girl can try.
The hunkydory watercolours pencils are like regular traditional colouring pencils, but what makes them watercolours is by using watercolours brushes. You fill these brushes with water, and it instantly transforms your pencils drawing.
What I like about the Hunkydory watercolours pencils is how it turn ordinary pencils picture into a watercolours piece of art. How even the non-crafty person on earth can create something fun and vibrant.
To show you what I mean, I thought for fun; I would show you my work of ‘art’ and how I got on with Hunkydory watercolours pencils.
Let me know if this inspires you to be a little arty.
(I was gifted this watercolours pencils by Hunkydory. Thank you so much. xx)