What Is The Difference Between Watercolor Pencils, Markers & Sticks


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  • makoccino

    Hey! Happy Saturday! In today's video I will finally cover some more questions you had about watercolor pencils, markers and sticks/crayons, so I hope it will be helpful for you!

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  • Dixit Koteshwar

    Just awesome

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  • Mangai Ramraj

    Wow, that was a really good one and it is so helpful for us to know about each product ,it's details and the difference 😊. Thank you so much Mako! Curious to try them out😁 . In fact, I came to know that there are watercolor sticks. Love you 😘 #makoficationsquad

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  • Mìn A.R.M.Y

    I love you so much pặc pặc :3

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  • Jenni La

    Great video!

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  • Player 1313

    Want to hear a pencil joke? Oh wait, it's pointless. #makofictionsquad

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  • Krzysztof Teske

    @Olsikowa jak tam spotkanie w Krakowie

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  • Rushikesh shiwankar

    Can you please make a vedio on architectural water color rendering technique 😊😊

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  • Katrina Kelly

    I had no idea there was watercolor sticks! #makoficationsquad

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  • Hope A.

    Thank you so much that was really helpful, and by the way your hair looks amazing ✨

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  • Aditi Gupta

    I really love the ambience your videos create and the way you explain everything in such a sweet and friendly manner!!!
    Thx for your videos!!!!!

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  • Priya darshini

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  • Neel Shah

    Your artwork inspires me Mako!💖
    Another helpful video 👍🏻

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  • Melted Toast

    You should try tessellations

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  • SaH Lohan Art

    Very informative video, thanks

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  • Kayla Noodle

    Another use for watercolor pencils! (For the 2% that'll see this hah)
    Have you ever made a sketch, lightly erased it, and then put watercolor over it?
    Sometimes the erasing doesn't help, and it shows through.
    Instead of sketching with your regular pencil, use watercolor pencils!
    I recommend using watercolor pencil colors that will go with your watercolor palette.

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  • Amalia Medina

    My favorite art channel <3

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  • Haruki Kino

    I did not even know watercolor sticks were even a thing! I must be still living under a rock -.-

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  • Unat Pannu

    #makoficationsquad!

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  • rashmi kalia

    You look like Demi lovato😊

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  • Evie F.

    Very helpful! 👌🏻

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  • Milagros villafuerte

    #makoficationsquad i love you can you please make an other upcycling art hacks video❤

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  • Ali Ali

    Well the vedio was really helpful like ever, but I thought you should make vedio on calligraphy supplies & letter drawing techniques love you alot keep going on shearing your lovely art experiences 😍😘

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  • Anantha Surisetty

    Thank u for enlightening about these implements… It would be surely amazing to use these

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  • Humayra Hussein

    This is actually very helpful,so are all your videos
    -thankyou,

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  • Malak m

    This was very very helpful thanks for this video love you mako

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  • lazy Perfectionist

    Personally I find that the best method with watercolour crayons is to have a separate sheet of watercolour paper as a "pallet" and scribble a thick thumbnail-sized amount of the crayon, dissolve it into the right consistency depending on how watery you want it, and then transfer it to the artwork. It works quite well with either a small/tiny amount of water and a large amount of water, and although you do end up wasting a watercolour paper I do find the result a lot more enjoyable than trying to get the pigment off the crayon directly or applying the crayon dry and then dissolving it

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  • Eulili

    Have you tried Dr. Ph. Martins Radiant Watercolor?

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  • Mohamed Hegazi

    Can you do a video showing us how you edit your videos

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  • Полина Зверева

    Привет

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  • Mohamed Hegazi

    You always inspires me I love your videos so much they're so helpful and you are a pretty girl I I really love you and I hope you read my comment

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  • Ashley Mcdole

    Such a helpful video

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  • LpsTate

    #makoficationsquad
    Thank you so much! I have now learned the secrets of watercolours…

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  • Donna G

    I have 4 of the Daniel Smith watercolor sticks. I don't use them often; but, have tried them by scribbling them onto my palette and using them that way. I have also used them by touching a wet brush to the stick. Either way works for me. I think it is the type of paper that I use; but, I don't find the sticks will rewet very well if I use a dry stick directly on dry paper. But, if I use a baby wipe to blend the color out, it does blend out really well.

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  • Galaxy of Art

    Oh no!!!! I am late!!! Btw it's a useful piece again! 😍😍😄😄😄😄😉😉😉😉💓💓💓💓#makoficationsquad

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  • Alex Hellar

    Can I ask what brush you are using ? I really love watercolour,it's just that I'm really had at staying inside lines and stuff

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  • Mr. Trouble

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  • Hannah Williams

    Super helpful thank you! 😄

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  • Ishika Verma

    I always use watercolour pencils for creating textures…they really help a lot and also I love layering them for mixing to create different colours 😁❤️

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  • Muhsi Muneer

    Omg mako I love you!!!! Ur voice is so motivational 😍😍😍#makoficationsquad

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  • Clyde crimsoncrow

    Mine cost 1.00

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  • Nilofar Rahman

    U are awsome 😊

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  • Aroona Ayub

    hi mako! i started to love to do painting recently and i dont have much supplies so can you tell me where can i get a little cheap supplies and also tell me where to get white pens

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  • Aroona Ayub

    as being a beginner i create paintings and start hating them,so can you tell me when you just took a start so how you overcame this situation

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  • Khanak Jain

    Wow I had water color pens and I didn't even know how to use em! These video is perfect for me!😁💖

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  • Katy Watterniaux - Peeters

    I wish i could watch this video. Unfortunately the music was way to loud in comparison to what she was saying. To distracting.

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  • Josh Graham

    I wonder when they’ll come out with watercolour paints

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  • Yo Wa

    FINALLEH MAH VIDEO THAT I WAITED FOR!

    YESH!

    ( * ^ * )

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  • kajal tejani

    Just want some diy or anything different than painting : )

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  • Christopher Caplinger

    Could you please do more oil pastel art? I got some for Christmas and I don't know what I am doing

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  • the temptation draw hyukiru-senpai

    Can you make a video about mix media?
    It would be so nice!!

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  • Paty Mendoza

    Hi Mako! I want to ask you what is the difference using oil watercolor crayons from the regular watercolor pencils. Thankyou

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  • alifah shafa'

    Wow yes, I want to try the stick version! I hope I can found it here in my country. I just bought a watercolor pocket edition just days ago but well, I can't get enough of watercolors in my desk

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  • Poorwa Sawant

    Love you

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  • Snufkin Crime Time

    the stick is my brother that’s one of the difference

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  • Charley Wang

    Learn from you, in addition to painting techniques, and diligence, because there are 10 days of outdoor sketch travel, I took a lot of video material, so I am also uploading a new video every day.向你学习,除了绘画技法,还有勤奋,因为有10天户外写生旅行,我拍了很多视频素材,所以,我现在也是每天在上传一个视频。

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  • Chelox Singracia

    I wish you made a video using graphite pencil water soluble. Please.
    I love your videos

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  • HIBA HASSAN

    I have always wondered why they were called water color pencils

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  • Ocrion

    Whoa what is that pencil sharpener?

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  • Matija Radulović

    I started using watercolor pencils a week ago and this really helped.Thanks Mako!!! #makoficationsquad

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  • Fluffy

    I bought the caran d'ache crayons or pastels, just the smallest one they sell. I don't use them a lot, I feel like they are not for details, but for something like a sea they work okay. I stick to watercolor pencils and mostly just watercolors of different brands with different characteristics for them all. I have a pearlescent one (well two but I can't find one of them and ordered a cheaper version I Iike much better on paper!), tropical colors which are very opaque so layering isn't really a thing with them. I have old cheap stuff, new cheap stuff and new more expensive stuff like Arteza. They are not top notch best of the best but I like them.

    With the "pastels" I just feel like it's best usable for a larger area of you color first, but I like the idea of cutting them off and put in an empty pan. I'd use it more that way probably.

    But I'm a rookie. I do have a lot of stuff for a beginner, but I wanted to see and feel the difference and decide what I would like to work with. My moonlit – clouded night – building with some lights – trea in the foreground with two sort of owls on the right came out much better than I thought. I did the splatter for some stars and I'm happy how it was when it was dry. And I practice the changing of colors like blue becoming red or yellow by watering down the paint on top. Maybe the crayons will work for that too, I should give it a go. As said, just as background paint or use it into an empty pan as if it is waterpaint.
    Thank you for the tips 🌸

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  • Bluish Ice

    Can you make a difference between hot pressed, cold pressed, and rough watercolor paper?

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  • Noorain Amatul Aziz

    i really hope you do a video on watercolor brush pens

    i just got some and i need help

    also love you vids Mako!

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  • MD painting

    Very nice painting hum bhi achhi khasi painting bana lete ha

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  • Inifinty TB

    This video really helped. I bought some watercolor pencils a couple of days ago and these tips are great for beginners. I use watercolor paint often too!

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  • Archana Daduria

    Hey Makoccino well can you also start giving links of the products with the price mentioned in Indian rupees pls if you can since many of your subscribers are Indians
    And I wanna tell you one of the biggest problems of Indian artists that there are really less options for us and also if we think of using certain art supplies of other countries they are really costly for us since 1 USD is 70 Indian rupees (approx) so can you help me with this problem
    And by the way your videos are really good and helpful 😀

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  • Dhruv Goel

    It was very helpful because my brother bought me some water color pencils and I wanted to try new techniques with 'em…. Love from India

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  • Jane's MINIATURE

    #makoficationsquad I love watercolor and I can used it but I don't have an idea what to paint 😅😅😅, So I watch you (makocinno)

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  • Jaffer Jaffer

    Thanks for teaching me

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  • SUDHA DUBEY

    Love your videos

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  • Not specific, just Artistic

    Ur pretty… a pReTtY gOoD aRtIsT

    But ur also pretty XD

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  • Olivia Tisdell

    hey mako. I love your content your so talented. could you please do some easy watercolour paintings inspo and you should do a giveaway again because it’s been a while 🙂

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  • Parkross art

    Thank you video~!

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  • mamadoritos

    I see lots of artists using Prisma pencils… how do you feel about them? Is there any difference from Faber-Castell or Caran d'Ashe (the ones I have)?

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  • Arshia Jindal

    Please create a video that how to create cute faces

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  • blink box

    your channel is sooooo satisfying!!😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

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  • Mufasa #TeamNesquik

    Males colored pencils work too , they even work better , try them out

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  • Rija Ghori

    Please do more art journal of water color or pencils please!!

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  • Syana Zahra

    Hello! Thanks so much for your tips and everything, they help a lot..hmm, can you make a video of 'how to/the function of each type of brushes' I can't find any of them at YouTube or anywhere. i think it will help more.. hihi 🙂

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  • Asangla Chang

    I personally prefer watercolour pencils

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  • May Loo

    When you use watercolor paper, do you have any preference as to whether you gesso or not?

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  • Ngaitin Haokip

    Your videos are always understandable. Tks. I subscribed

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  • Izhanget Gurl

    Damn,thank you for this!it really does help me because i dont have any artistic on me hahahhaha i'm on grafting accidentally because my friend put that hahaha myghass

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  • Fre Judcinsf

    Did anyone noticed the bob Ross painting at the back that she learned from

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  • WaiThetOo Mon

    Are U German

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  • Trang Hoàng

    I love your videos. I'm your fan from Vietnam

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  • Shelby Funkhouser

    Is it sad that the first thing I thought of was “ wudder”

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  • MaxusFox23

    Well, seems it's time to dust off my faber-castell pencils!

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  • Marty Arty

    do the water color pencils apply dry? Like is there a certain time period I have to apply water to them?

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  • Louise Marnell

    I love both the markers and the watercolor pencils because of how easily I can layer my colors before adding water

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  • Roben

    Ur so pretty! And ur hair is fantastic!!

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  • Viduthalai Rk

    I love the way she explains everything!! I'll use her method of explaining for my YouTube channel as well!! (Though I don't have one yet)

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  • achi 56tv

    I know eng

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  • Y A S H N Y

    I love how simple yet informative your video is! It is a breeze and not draggy.

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  • Moist Water

    I wonder why Faber castell and prisma colors haven't made actual watercolors yet 😔😩

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  • Julia

    Where's the pencil with the watertank from?

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  • David May

    is it ok to use water colours of any kind on canvas?

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  • Thomas Spiroch

    IF YOU WANNA SAFE MONEY BUY DANIEL SMITH WATERCOLORS!!! I GET NOT PAYED FOR SAYING THAT…😏LOL… AND EVEN MORE DANIEL SMITH A REALLY GREAT BUT TO SAFE MONEY WHEN BUYING THEM IS JUST RIDICILOUS😅 MOST EXPENSIVE BRAND OUT THERE…AND QOR

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  • Mish R.

    As an artist, I really enjoy watching your videos, but mostly because of your personality and how inspiring you are as a person. All the tips are a definite bonus, too! May I ask what your accent is? It's beautiful! (Not hitting on you, by the way! I'm a happily married lady:)

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  • hein htet

    Can u answer my question please. I don't know which side of the watercolour paper to draw?

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