When I paint at home - I do not think about the palette. I have 100500 markers and I take exactly the one I need right now. But if I go outside then I know that I will draw a limited range. Firstly, in an plein air there is usually no time to choose markers. One-two and the sketch is ready. Secondly, it's hard for me to carry markers (half of the bag - daughters things , juice, cookies, jacket? ..). Third, when I'm on the street, I'm with a child, so a five-minute sketch is the top of bliss.
Therefore, before you my camp set:
- a 12x12 cm sketchbook;
- 9 markers (gray 1,3,5, purple, two beige, yellow, brick, blue);
- lining under the sheets;
- the clamp so that the lining does not fly out;
- black brush;
- white gel pen.
Usually, I do not use gel pen, but it's always with me.
I often start drawing with a tone. First a light gray marker.
Then the shade is darker.
Now I'm adding color. Beige and brick.
I paint the sky. Bright blue I add in windows, roofs and greens.
It remains to add the liner. I do not use the white gel pen today.
If I know that I'm definitely going to paint in the city - the palette will be wider, but these 9 markers are necessarily present in it.
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