(I chose raw canvas and a linen type fabric because they were on hand. You can also use a canvas panel or a wood board or anything that can handle immersion in water. Links below from Amazon, you may find this cheaper at your local art or sewing store)
Transfer paper – this is the basis of one of the lessons, but you could always draw your portrait freehanded and follow the lesson from there
Crayon or pencil – any kind of water soluble crayon OR pencil will do the trick. I only use a few Neocolors, so if you don’t want to purchase the whole set, they can be bought individually through Amazon, or at your local art shop
Awl and / or xacto knife, suggested for texture making in wet paint, anything sharp would work just fine
Scissors – for cutting paper and fabric. I use paper cutting scissors on fabric to get started and tear the rest, so no need to invest in cloth shears
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