Cardboard, chipboard, masonite, book covers, foam core, heavy watercolor paper, felted wool, canvas,
Textural objects (dry leaves and materials from nature, fabrics, tools for mark making, large nuts and bolts, rubber stamps, etc.)
Paints in your favorite colors (I’m keeping a minimalist palette of raw umber, titanium white, black, and a few of my favorite shades of blues and greens. Golden’s Heavy Bodied Titanium White is my favorite and I equally love Golden Raw Umber and Liquitex Raw Umber. Golden’s Van Dyke Brown is a great alternative to Raw Umber.)
Basic art supplies such as craft knife/scissors, cutting mat, ruler, masking tape, brayer, etc.
Awl and other mark making tools. Think beyond the obvious “tools” or look at tools to be used in a different way than they are intended to be used.
Your favorite artist brushes (for glue and for paint)
Mixing cup and spoons (Metal, glass, or flexible plastic is best. A large offset spatula works great for mixing!)
Wet wipes or damp rags
Plastic wrap, deli paper, wax paper, or some other kind of water resistant paper
Sandpapers in 120 and 200 grit
Plaster gauze (this is the 8” version but you can also find it in 4” and large bulk packs.)
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