tusche wash testing begins
Workspace of Claire Kincade
Dan Miller in his print studio in Maine. Almost everything in here was hand made, and filled with antique carving tools and different kinds of wood. The most wonderful woodcutting shop I’ve ever been in. Includes a wood burning stove and loft for sleeping.
(Taken with Instagram at Corea, ME)
Small box: jar of korn’s crayon shavings, jars of different tusche washes, wet brush, ink knife, paint scraper, scraps of transfer paper
Large box: korn’s pencils and crayons, wet bamboo brushes, dry drawing brush, pencils, etching needle, small ruler, razor blades
Drawing supplies have been packed
I could look at and take pictures of drawing materials everyday.
This is my standard unorganized layout when I’m working.