I retain the copyright to the content you are learning in class. That means…
However…I love to see students making strides and taking this teaching and personalizing it with your own skills.
At the bottom of each lesson you’ll see some ways to share your homework and ask questions, so that’ll be handy for you.
In this course, Faber Castell’s Polychromos colored pencils and Albrecht Durer watercolor pencils are used – for some apples-to-apples comparison, since both share colors, names, and pencil numbers.
You need not use them – other brands are typically just fine, though be sure you’re working with artist grade pencils. Inktense pencils may be VERY strong in color and create rather electric skies, so be stingy with pencil pigments and test them before working on each phase of the lessons. (Inktense are ink, not watercolor, and they don’t lift well, so some techniques are impossible with Inktense pencils.)
The 11 colors in this course are pictured below, so if you have another brand, you can find compatible colors. Or if you’ve always wanted to try these pencils, I kept the list down to a minimum for you! Swatches in the top row are blended with water, and the second row shows colors without solution so you can match them to your brand. Links are below.