Watercolor Demo: Watercolor Blocks
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Today I'm going to talk about Watercolor Blocks, they're such a handy way to carry color, especially if you travel. The 300 lb. Kilamanjaro Bock is just the best way in the world, but people tell me they have trouble removing the pages. I'm going to show you not only how to remove the pages, but a couple of tricks to use with watercolor blocks.
The way to remove the paper from the watercolor block can be kinda iffy and hard. I hear people say I tear it, I cut it, I hear people say I use a kitchen knife or a dull knife for it. We have a little instrument called the "Unblocker" and it's FREE for the asking everytime you order a watercolor block. If you have ordered a block and don't have one, give our reps a call at 1-800-227-2788 and they'll put one in an envelope for you.
But this is a watercolor block that I've already shown you and I'm going to show you how to remove it. You simply come up and find the opening at the very top, put your Unblocker in that opening and simply pull it around just like this. Isn't that easy? Just keep going around and there's that piece of paper. If I didn't like the painting, I still have the back to use.
This particular one is 300 lb. and it is perfect for doing little paintings while you're traveling.