June 2020 Reviews Roundup

It looks like I've been featuring fewer books. Gone are the days where I could easily find and fit 20 book covers into that cover image. LOL.

Hopefully that will pick up. I'll be visiting my book selling sponsors soon. I did feature lots of art products, more than I expected anyway.

Meanwhile, stay safe everyone!


  1. Tokyo Travel Sketchbook: Kawaii Culture, Wabi Sabi Design, Female Samurais and Other Obsessions
  2. The Character Designer from 21 Draw

Product reviews

  1. Schmincke Horadam Aquarell (Artist Grade Watercolour)
  2. Art Toolkit
  3. Viviva Colorsheets
  4. BENU Grand Scepter IX
  5. Koh-I-Noor Polycolor Coloured Pencil
  6. BENU Luminous Amber
  7. Epson v370 scanner
  8. Huawei MatePad Pro 5G with M-Pencil
  9. Samsung Tab S6 for digital drawing
  10. BENU Scepter VII

Youtube videos

  1. Catch me on XP-Pen Live Steam + Unboxing XP-Pen goodies
  2. Review: Asus PA34V Ultra-wide Curved Monitor
  3. PY150, PR122, PB16 Limited Palette Sketch
  4. iPad Pro 11 vs 12.9 for drawing (size comparison)
  5. Tokyo Travel Sketchbook by Amaia Arrazola (review)
  6. Sketch Abbaye Neumunster (LIVE tutorial)
  7. Scepter VII fountain pen from BENU (review)
  8. Fullerton Hotel sketch with Sumi Ink + Cadmium Red (timelapse tutorial)
  9. Huawei MatePad Pro & M-Pencil (Artist Review)
  10. The most NON-ESSENTIAL job is an ARTIST
  11. Phthalo Blues and Greens Compared
  12. How to draw with Concepts app: Workflow (part 2/2)
  13. How to draw with Concepts app: User Interface (part 1/2)
  14. How to draw with proper size and proportion
  15. Huion Kamvas Pro 24 vs XP Pen Artist 24 Pro
  16. Get Up & Gouache by Jessica Smith (book review)

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