Watercolour supplies can be so confusing!

There is so much choice out there – hundreds of different brands and products, all at different prices.

You want to find the right paint, paper and brushes. But how can you possible know what supplies are good? And most importantly, what is worth the money?

There are too many choices and not enough answers.

You feel stuck.

Introducing my Ultimate Watercolour Supply List

A free download that tells you everything I use. Yes that’s right – ALL my secrets!

  • What exact paint colours do I use, including liquid watercolours
  • What do I use for white
  • What brushes and paper do I recommend
  • Includes a list of great supplies for beginners
  • And a bonus section on creative supplies for advanced playing!

Whether you’re a beginner just starting out, or a more experienced painter looking to upgrade, this in-depth guide reveals everything I use and love. No sponsorship, no affiliation, just pure honest advice from one artist to another.


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You’re done trying to work this out on your own, or asking the Internet for help.

This guide will reveal everything I’ve learned from years of testing supplies. It will explain some basics on how different supplies are made, so you know what to look out for. And it will tell you what brands I buy, use and love over and over. The exact colours, brush sizes, paper types and day-to-day supplies.

I’ve wasted a lot of time (and money) looking for the right watercolour supplies, but you don’t have to!

And I’ve added a bonus section on the best supplies for beginners, if you’re just starting out, and creative supplies for more advanced painters.

And did I mention it’s absolutely free!

P.S. This guide is not sponsored or made with input from any brand – I only recommend supplies I have bought, used and love.

Happy painting!