Show Up and Shut Up: Supply List

In by Noelle Mena (Team JO)

The following list of supplies is what you can expect to see throughout this course.
This is merely a guideline based on my system of working. You are of course welcome to substitute any item below with your own favorites. See Lesson 4: Materials Review and watch my video to find our more about my favorite, tried and true materials.


Liquitex Gesso, white
Liquitex Gesso, black
Golden Fluid acrylic (colors used in the video): Pyrrole Orange, Napthal Red, Cobalt Blue, Anthraquinone blue, Yellow Oxide

Note: Please feel free to use any of your own colors and create your own favorite mixtures Utrecht: Medium Green tube
Liquitex High Gloss Varnish
Blick Acrylic Extender (fyi, shown in videos but not essential at all!)


Plaid Cubby Ware 1 oz Paint Pots


Simply Simmons 3⁄4” angle shaderRoyal Langnickel   |  Vienna Princeton Dakota  |  Liner Brushes

Detail Brushes My favorite handlettering brush came from this set of detail brushes. There are 15 in the set but a lot of great ones. I love this set!


Caran d’Ache NeoColor I Wax Pastels

Colored Pencils
China Marker in White and Black
Lyra Graphite crayon in 9B
Woodless Graphite pencil in 4B/6B/9B
Sharpie marker Ultra fine point

Sakura Gelly Roll in white

*Koh-i-noor Mechanical Lead Holder 5.6mm
Graphite Leads 5.6mm in 6B
(I showed this in my video but it is not essential…just cool!)

PAPER and more:
Art Journal: Ciak Sketchbook

Paper: Lettra 300 gram, 100% cotton paper in Pearl or Fluorescent. Buy the 8.5 x 11 size sheets Any 300 gram watercolor paper works great too. I prefer a smooth hot pressed surface.

Acetate Sheet, cut slightly larger than size of art journal

Tape: Scotch Removable Tape

Spray bottle
Mini spritzer bottle
Palette knife for mixing
Palette knife for scraping
Glass or Acrylic sheet for paint surface Water Container for cleaning brushes

Disclosure of Material Connection: Some or all of the links in this supply list are affiliate links.  This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, we will receive an affiliate commission and we are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  Please note that we only share the supplies listed by the teacher in this course.  As always, our heart is to encourage you to use what you already have and, when we suggest products, we only share supplies that we use and endorse.

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