Friday, November 9, 2007

EDM #82 - Draw Your Art Area


My watercolor stuff is on a large plastic serving tray. Two knife rests are used to keep my wet brushes in a horizontal position, and clean, dry brushes are upright in a cup. Clean water to add to the palette is kept in an individual creamer with an eye dropper. China plates are used for mixing, and the one being used is moved to areas convenient to a painting. There is a plastic, skid-proof mat on the bottom which keeps the materials in place.

My most useful tool is a pair of tweezers with a curved, sharp point. Perfect for deleting the dog hair which floats into my paints.

3 comments:

Ujwala said...

your pen & inks are beautiful. i have taken over most of the trays in the house but am still not as organized.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I am glad I am not the only one that has to pick dog hair out of a painting.

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

This is lovely. The colours are very nice indeed and your handwriting is fabulous!