I have some commissions that are in the forefront of my list of to-dos, but I also have one prize, a kiriban illustration aaaand my personal projects!
I'll also be doing a bit on my supplies, so you can all have a mooch, and I've been doing more traditional work. Which while it is more unforgiving, it is nice having my work in person
I have so many art supplies! The painting isn't finished obviously, but it is my second painting and I'm pretty chuffed!
I really like Holbien stuff, mainly because they're a Japanese brand and I live in Japan (duh) but, they're also very pigmented, the watercolours look like acrylics in their vibrancy. You have to add soooo much water to dilute them down.
For crayons, for cleaning up paintings I use Faber Castell, just whatever I could find again here in Japan. And of course my trusted little tablet! Its a wacom paint, art, or whatever. The blue medium one
I prefer the size of these tablets because they're square, I think being left handed and a lot of the landscape wacoms just, irritate me. I used one before, the intuos ones? And there were buttons under my hand, but the office wouldn't let me do any administration stuff so I couldn't change layout etc. (Honestly, massive pain in the arse. Especially since my tablet was fine!)
Still, thats about it really! Hopefully art will come out and tickle your fancy