I like to use a paper pallet for my acrylics. They can be pretty expensive in the pad form. So i just use inexpensive freezer paper. It comes in wide rolls. I paper clip to a large piece of cardboard so it doesn't curl up and I have the perfect inexpensive pallet for my paint!
Here's a look at where we create.
My space isn't huge, but it's a dedicated room that I can go to, make a mess in and store all my stuff. I feel pretty darn lucky. It is time for spring cleaning though. It's just so easy to keep buying more stuff!. I mean I'm an artist. We need stuff, right? kat mcd.
I must admit, when I walk into an Office Depot or down the office supply aisle in Target, my heart beats a bit faster. I have a tiny addiction to everything paper, pen, pencils, etc. etc. Recently, I've tried to practice the "use what you have" rule. So, when I came upon these Ink Joy pens from PaperMate for about $3.70, it was with a bit of shame I tossed them into my cart. But I am shameful no more! These pens are wonderful. Their inks are bright like dyes. They layer beautifully. The ink floats on the paper and they are worth every penny. My favorite color is the brown that comes in the 12 pack with caps. They are aptly named. Go ahead. Buy a pack. You know you want to.
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