In this blog, we show you how to create a sunset at the beach inspired by US artist Robin Mead. You'll be using your watercolour brush pens, mixed media paper and paint pens to create this fantastic ode to the ocean!
We are so lucky to have a guest post from the amazing Selene from Lettering our World from Mexico. Watch and learn as Selene shows you step by step how to make a beautiful and bright watercolour bookmark.
We were so inspired by our Life of Colour art group memberClare Parker’s use of Life of Colour watercolour brush pens and her mindfulness art painted upon sheets of music that we wanted to share it with the world!
Clare's pieces are full of emotion and are a source of inspiration for us because they encourage mindfulness and flowing with art as a way of relaxing!
Today's idea is brought to you by a 🌈 rainbow mermaid 🧜♀️. No matter if you are a watercolour brush pen beginner or newbie, or you have been using them for a long time... This easy tutorial will be the perfect relaxing activity for your weekend!
Show-off your watercolour skills this valentine’s day following this easy tutorial video of a fabulous vintage Toyota ute of colourful balloons. Using the Watercolour Brush Pens from Life of Colour, this tutorial will help you express all of your many watercolour techniques. You won’t need many materials, and it looks super amazing when done. Maybe you could gift it to your special loved one, or your best gal-entine!!
The best way to express your inner watercolour skills is on gift cards! Simple designs like this easy ombre sky with Life of Colours brush pens look fabulous on a blank white card. Once you master the ombre blending, there’s so many colour combinations you can try to create your own set of original gift cards