Getting into acrylic painting doesn’t have to break the bank. This shopping list will provide you with an excellent balance of economy and quality.
Peat humus seems to be one of those “magical” soil amendments that can fix whatever ails your garden (assuming you can find any to purchase). But is this perception accurate? Let’s find out.
“Fitting the Collar” is a handy online video that explains the subject well. A must for current or future draft horse owners.
Before you spend any money on a mic, spend just a couple of dollars on some great information—The Beginner’s Guide to Microphones by Brendan Krueger.
Getting into guitar or mandolin picking? One of the first things you will need (besides your instrument) is a good collection of picks.
For whatever reason, finding quality potting soil is very difficult anymore. Several years of use of this brand have yielded satisfactory results.
Have a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year, and a great time browsing this year’s lineup of our favorite posts and resources.
Is there someone in your family who loves country living? Show that you care with a gift tailored to their favorite interest this Christmas!
Whether your headphones are for recording or mixing, attention to quality, shape, and comfort are critical.
Acrylic paints consist of two parts: binder and pigment. This combination is what gives acrylics their unique properties.