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Combine your artistic tools

At Monograph we have a wide range of drawing and painting tools. Therefore, we have gathered a small guide that shows how you can combine the different elements to obtain the best result. Make yourself comfortable at the writing desk and unleash your creativity.

Acrylic paint

Release your fantasy and combine the quality acrylic paint with a set of flat brushes that are perfect for the painting project. There are four different sizes of brushes in the tube, so you are able to vary the look of your paintings.

Create a painting with different shades by mixing the different acrylic paints with black and white or let them show their strength in a combination.

To obtain the best result, combine the acrylic paint with the 350 g paper block from Monograph which has the perfect thickness, meaning that the paper remains strong, even when the paint is dry.

Acrylic paint

Release your fantasy and combine the quality acrylic paint with a set of flat brushes that are perfect for the painting project. There are four different sizes of brushes in the tube, so you are able to vary the look of your paintings.

Create a painting with different shades by mixing the different acrylic paints with black and white or let them show their strength in a combination.

To obtain the best result, combine the acrylic paint with the 350 g paper block from Monograph which has the perfect thickness, meaning that the paper remains strong, even when the paint is dry.

Watercolours

If you want to challenge with shades and the final finish, watercolours are a perfect artistic project. Depending on how much water you add, the shade will fade out. As ripples on the water surface, the watercolour will enter the paper in a calm and elegant way.

To create the best possible result, round brushes are excellent choices since they make it easier to create details and thin lines. In the tube, there are four different brush sizes – in this way, you are able to create different contrasts in your painting.

When using watercolour, the paper can turn out differently once the paintbrush and water touches the paper. Therefore, the paper is of great importance. With the 300 g paper from Monograph, you get a beautiful result where the shape of the paper will remain intact when the watercolour dries.

Colour pens

Artistic drawings with colour pens are both for children and adults. Use a Sunday afternoon together with your family and draw with colour pens or use the pens as therapy to paint in a painting book with different patterns and drawings.

If you want to find your inner artist, Monograph has the perfect paper for you. With a paper block of 120 g, you can release your creativity on 32 pages of quality paper.