Handmade Coyote Fur Paint Brush by Karen A. Scofield

Handmade Coyote Fur Paint Brush by Karen A. Scofield

Handmade Coyote Fur Paint Brush by Karen A. Scofield

Coyote fur paint brush marks

Marks made with the first paint brush I made using coyote fur.

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What’s in My Art Travel Bag Video

Off to S. Dakota we go! Just the hubby and I, the rest of the household is staying home.

Contents of Fanny Pack Watercolor Travel Bag

  • 1 sample size Aveno Baby Eczema Therapy tube of handcream
  • 1 Altoid tin of eyeglass lens wipes
  • 3 Sharpie pens, 1 blue, 2 black, fine
  • Masking fluid
  • 1 tiny tube of table salt (used an old Pentech Liquiphite tube) for watercolor technique
  • 2 tiny spray bottles
  • 1 white gel pen
  • 1 mechanical pencil
  • 1 white Elmers Paint Pen
  • I Pigma Micron Pen
  • 2 large bull clips to hold pages down
  • 1 cotton kitchen towel
  • 1 tiny Strathmore sketchpad
  • 1 small Strathmore 140 lb. watercolor spiral notebook
  • 1, 6 stick set of Cretacolor leads, assorted (good for aux quatre crayons sketches)
  • 1, 6 stick set of Cretacoor charcoal leads
  • 1 Cretacolor Ergonomic lead holder (has built in kead sharpener!)
  • 3 nail files to help sharpen leads
  • cotton swabs
  • 1 large wash brush
  • 1 larger round brush
  • 5 or 6 cheap kids’ round paint brushes for masking fluid
  • 2 water brushes (they hold water in them!)
  • 1, 24 color Koi pocket watercolor field sketch box
  • 1 splatter screen
  • 1 oz bottle titanium white Golden Fluid Acrylic
  • 1 old tooth brush
  • 1, 11 oz. can Krylon workable fixative (ten years old and still working!)

I added the workable fixative, toothbrush, Cretacolor leads, Cretacolor lead holder, tube of salt, white fluid acrylics, and Sharpie pens after the video.