I retain the copyright to the content you are learning in class. That means…
However…I love to see students making strides and taking this teaching and personalizing it with your own skills.
At the bottom of each lesson you’ll see some ways to share your homework and ask questions, so that’ll be handy for you.
In the following video is a discussion of class supplies that will be needed, and some optional items as well. The full supply list with links is at the end of this lesson page as well as in the PDF in the Resources section.
This folding method is NOT my design for a sketchbook, but is certainly a dream for a class like this! See the downloadable pdf in the Resources section below if written instructions would help as well.
You may alternatively make one of Pearfleur’s sketchbooks from a 9×12 pad, see her gorgeous video below.
Silver Brush Black Velvet Brushes: I recommend both sizes, but if only getting one, get the 8:
Daniel Smith, Essentials 5ml Set of 6
Instructor’s palette is NOT necessary for this course! Use the colors you have; many students have completed this course just mixing from the 6 essentials. Colors on her palette at the time of shooting this course:
A palette is not required (you can squeeze blobs of paint on a plate or tile). Instructor uses metal palettes but a plastic one is okay too; be sure you have at least 3 decently sized mixing wells.
Spray bottle (or use an empty household spray bottle – make sure it’s clean!)
Tools and more:
Shown in the supply video but not used in class:
Where you’ll be right in Sandy’s pocket for quick feedback and answers to questions
Our closed group is a safe place to share for those in all our classes who love the ‘book!
Post wherever you like to share, and let your friends know which class you’re taking. They might like it too!