I may be unable to post here for a few weeks. There are some things going on in the background which may mean my attention will be required elsewhere. I'll try and keep my eBay and Blog presence up if I can but I'm afraid that some of the work that I do will be subject to strict copyright rules and I won't be able to show you what I'm doing. I am excited by it all but it's early days yet and things could just go belly up. I may be out of circulation until the New Year but I'll be thinking of all sorts of new paintings that I'll be doing before too long.
However, you can be sure that I'll be posting my watercolours here as usual, just as soon as I can and whenever I get the chance.
Just as a side issue and for my watercolour painting colleagues; I've been trying out some Winsor and Newton Sceptre Gold II brushes. They are a sable/synthetic blend and I have found them to be very good so far. The size 16 is huge. I'd say it is comparable in size to a ProArte size 20. I found them to have a good water carrying capacity, good snap and they point well.
As I tend to get through brushes quite quickly, I find I need the synthetic element for it's hardwearing quality. I also want the capacity and point of a sable. So far, I'm impressed, they appear to be good value for money. I'll let you know how they behave as I get to use them over a longer period of time.