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Below are the artbooks and supplies featured in April 2021.
- All Deaths Matter by James Tan
- Rey's Anatomy: Figurative Art Lessons From the Classroom
- EXPLORER: Futuristic Vehicles for Uncharted Lands
- I Am New York by Carlo Stanga
- Framed Ink 2: Frame Format, Energy, and Composition for Visual Storytellers
- The Art of Dauntless
- How To Make Capcom Fighting Characters: Street Fighter Character Design
- Once more unto the breach: Samurai Warriors and Heroes in Ukiyo-e Masterpieces
- Lee Hammond's All New Big Book of Drawing: Beginner's Guide to Realistic Drawing Techniques
- Character Design Quarterly 14
- Final Fantasy VII Remake: Material Ultimania (Japanese edition)
- Monster Hunter: World - Official Complete Works
- Elizabeth Choy: Her Story by Danny Jalil and Zaki Ragman
- List of 100% cotton watercolour sketchbooks (updated)
- Lanaquarelle watercolour paper (300gsm 100% cotton)
- Watercolour Paint from Blue Pine Arts
- Dell U2722DE USB-C Monitor with Ethernet
- Watercolour Paper vs Paint vs Brush: Getting the Best Value for Your Money
- Kunst & Papier Sketchbook (160gsm, 35% cotton)
- Brush Wrap from Blue Pine Arts
- Xencelabs Pen Tablet Medium (Wireless)
- Collage of Small Sketches
- How to prevent your paint tube from exploding (try at your own risk)
- Tools and art supplies for black and white sketches
- Parblo PR100 tablet stand as an easel
- Four Good Books on Colour Theory and Mixing
- Tokyo Street Sketch Tutorial (pen & ink, 1pt perspective)
- Quinacridone Magenta PR202 vs PR122
- How to choose good watercolour paper (Part 2/2)
- St Louis Art Supply watercolour sketchbooks (They have HOTPRESS)
- Paul Wang's Colour Play Watercolour Dot Card
- Xencelabs Pen Tablet Medium: Premium Entry From a New Company
- M Graham Gouache (review)
- Shinhan TOUCH TWIN Brush Markers (review)
- Deep Impress: Watercolor Study with Scenery of Bangkok (book review)
- How to make a Watercolour Sketch Diorama
- How to Choose a Good Watercolour Box Set
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