Travel Plein-Aire Set
Instead of traditional paper, we’ve chosen a “Pleine-Aire Board” to paint on. The board has the stiffness of illustration board and can be set on an easel without needed to be taped. We’ve added the 24 color set for maximum color usage.
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1 – Plein-Aire Pad. Rigid artboard glued to Montval watercolor paper. 10 boards per pad. These boards give you a rigid watercolor surface to paint on without having to tape or prepare standard sheets. Available in a 9”x12” as well.
1 – 24 color Koi Set. Chinese white, lemon yellow, permanent yellow deep, vermilion hue, crimson lake, Prussian blue, cobalt blue hue, viridian hue, permanent green pale, yellow ochre, light red and ivory black, jaune brilliant, purple, cerulean blue hue, ultramarine deep, permanent green deep and burnt umber. aureoline hue, permanent orange, cadmium red hue, quinacridone rose, olive green and Payne’s Gray.
1 – Pigma Micron #1 Graphic Pen. One of the lesser known Micron pens, the #1 graphic comes to a bullet point and can be used for medium lines or rolled for varied lines. Permanent once dry to work under watercolors.
1 – PB9144 Brush Set. A nice, affordable set that can take its licks. Set includes: Round #1 & Round #4 (pointed for detail and varying line widths), Shader #6 (medium-sized with a sharper line),Wash 3/8″
Wash 1″ (for applying larger areas of color).
1 – Bamboo Roll-up. 10”x13” when unrolled, these roll to protect your brushes. Fabric pockets help keep things in place, and air circulates around wet brushes to better help them dry while traveling.
1 – 3B General pencil. A soft graphite pencil to lay out guidelines or sketch with.
1 – Tombow Mono Light Eraser. Soft, white eraser perfect for removing graphite lines.
1 – Mini Mister. 10ml mister with cap. Just a nice item to help you keep your palette moist or to wet-down your paper when doing blending & wet-on-wet techniques.
1 – #588 Sketch & Wash Pencil. A little-known, fun pencil. Looks like graphite when dry, it dissolves when you run a wet brush over the lines. Great when used alone (take water to your sketch to create new tones and textures) and can be mixed in over watercolor to help define your work.
1 – Little Red Sharpener. Simple little tool to help keep your pencils sharp. As goofy as it sounds, we like this red sharpener the best; it is lightweight and easy to find in a mix of stuff!
* You may still want/need to supply a bag, pack or carrying case. The individual items selected are built for travel and storage, but we didn’t supply a carrier. It would up the cost and we know what you choose to haul your materials is cooler than what we could ever supply.