In my Travel Kit
- A mechanical pencil
- A water proof pen, such as a Pitt Pen, I like to use a brown rather than black, its just a bit softer in the images.
- A writing pen
- A water fillable paint brush
- A pencil, a rubber and a smudger
- A portable mini watercolour set (loaded with favourite colours) this is the
Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolor Field Box
- Small cosmetic containers, one loaded with gesso and another with a glue of some sort like gel medium or modge podge.
- A trusted and much abused brush
- Loose off cuts of water colour paper (for when the journal stays in the hotel room). Quick sketches can be glued into the journal later.
- The smallest sketch book I can find, for quick notes and sketches to transfer into the journal later.
- Something to hold it all in.
- And, of course, the journal itself. I like to make my own, and each depends on where I'm going and how I'm traveling as to what sort I might make.
- Not to mention the photography and computer set up, but that's another story.
- More favourite pens: black pitt, white gel pen, fountain pen, water soluble pen.
- Water soluble pencils, I like these Graphite tints for natural and subtle colours as well as Inktense for more vivid colours.
- A mini gouache palette. (this is a water colour palette I've add gouache to).
- Caran D'ache watersoluble crayons- colours depending upon where I'm going and what I feel might suit.
- Charcoals and pastels.
- Masking fluid.
- A few acrylics.
- Scrappy things (old credit cards).
Sheri Ann Ponzi, Melissa Muirhead, Rachel Payne, Claudia Olivos, Justine Van De Weg, Liz Kettle, Kristen Powers, Cheryl Irwin and Havi Mandell. It is going to be a wonderful, soulful mixed media journey. I will be leading a sacred journaling exercise where we will be inviting our angel guides to visit with us and share their messages as we connect our hands and hearts through our journaling practice. Click here to view more details