VIDEO SERIES: Outdoor Watercolor Sketching, Step 4


Step 4 is up at this link:

NOTE: Here’s a list of the exact equipment I used in the demos, including the pigments on my palette.

Sketchbook: Aquabee Super Deluxe Sketchbook, 9×12″ 60 sheets, paintable equally on both sides, hence 120 pages of choice paper that takes watercolor beautifully. (Available here: [Note; see my sketches there at this spot:] and here:

Palette: Cheap Joe’s Original, 17 wells, thick sturdy plastic:

Pigments are all American Journey transparent artist’s watercolors– from lower left up and across to the right the right and down:

Perm. Alizarin Crimson, Joe’s Red, Halloween Orange, Bumblebee Yellow, Joe’s Yellow
Sour Lemon, Yellow Ochre, Raw Sienna, Raw Umber, Burnt Sienna Burnt Umber, Sap Gn
Sky Blue, Joe’s Blue, Cobalt Blue, Ultramarien Blue, Royal Amethyst
(Available at

Brushes:  DaVinci Maestro round #8 (–i-G-063-340)
Interlocking Synthetic brush flat, 1/2″ (

Table top easel (   This one needs to be clamped at the front because tilted to far back, it will fall over.

HB Pencil

Lamy fountain pen with fine tip (

3M Scotch Blue painter’s tape. Household sponge.  Plastic, collapsible waterbucket, Viva paper towel (feels like cloth, some watercolorists prefer it).

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