- Winsor and Newton Cotman watercolor half pans, travel set of 12 (I use a lot and really like it!),
- Watercolor gouache tubes from an older set of 12, some used up and I added some other tubes to that. - Canson watercolor paper, 300 gsm. Not 100% cotton (I find it too expensive for now!), but it is ok.
- A couple plastic palettes, and some white dinner plates (ceramic and tempered glass), as they wash easy in the dishwasher!.
- Watercolor brushes: Princeton Aqua Elite Round set of 5, sizes 6, 4, 2, 0, 3/0, and a bigger flat brush.
- 2 water jars and a spray bottle (a must!).
- Paper towels, but also cloth towel (re-purposed dish towel; I find it better for the environment).
- Masking tape (not pictured: the board on which to tape the paper).
Extras: tooth brush, Posca white pen for highlights, silver gouache.
Not pictured: pencils, watercolor pencils, micron pens, markers, fountain pen.
Not using: the hair dryer, as it moves the wet paint and makes a mess. The iron, as I am scared of using it (lol I do not iron. Ever.), but I may give it a try to straighten buckled up paper, as this happens a lot!
- Extra more professional paints, like Sennelier, White Nights, Van Gogh, Kuretake and Daniel Smith (I like tubes better, but I use pans too).
- Liquid watercolors like Dr. Ph. Martins.
- Glitter pens.
- Water brushes.
- Watercolor markers.
- and I want to try using 100% cotton watercolor paper some time!