Many years ago I made a palette to go with my french easel (the one that came with it was hopeless) out of Masonite impregnated with stand oil. It was OK but I never really liked how it took the paint and in recent years I've come to prefer a glass or plexiglass surface with a neutral gray background to brown wood. So I made a sandwich with thin acrylic sheeting and gray paper on the original palette. It takes the paint and cleans up nicely; back in the box and ready for use.
Thursday, February 24, 2022
Tuesday, February 22, 2022
The Van Horn Park peninsula seen from the far side of the pond. It was a gray day, but the colors still had a nice glow.
Watercolor in MontanaPolitanCroptic sketchbook, 4" x 6"