My travel art supplies – Favorite art supplies in my art bag

I cannot wait to share with you my favorite travel art supplies! This is what travel art supplies I consider essential in my travel art bag.

THE LIST – Art Travel Essentials


Lists of supplies, tools, & art related online material I recommend:

My Watercolor Supplies:
Vlogging Equipment:




Hi! I am a fantasy artist & illustrator. I create whimsical fantasy paintings in watercolor & digital media.

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  1. Cameron Coleman on June 25, 2018 at 2:30 am

    You could use a tooth brush case to put brushes in

  2. Marz's animation and stuff on June 25, 2018 at 2:31 am

    I know this is unrelated but if you are planning on going to a comic con or something please go to C.A. again. It was really cool going to your booth at (I forget if this is what it actually was) the harvest festival in Pleasanton.

  3. Mary Prasad on June 25, 2018 at 2:31 am

    Well done video! Copic has a long “O” that rhymes with doe. The Rendr sketchbooks don’t bleed through even with alcohol markers. I’m in the process of filming a watercolor series including travel and palettes. I enjoy seeing what others use – thanks!

  4. Kristen Maduik on June 25, 2018 at 2:33 am

    Really great video, thank you for sharing all your gear! It’s always really fun to see what other artists carry around with them 😀 I’ll have to get to Daiso and search for one of those plastic carriers!

  5. Yeomie ,heart on June 25, 2018 at 2:45 am

    I just found this channel. Im so happy i found a artist on YouTube that shares the same name as me❤❤. I love art and especially water color paintings. I have become a fan of you💕

  6. Marz's animation and stuff on June 25, 2018 at 2:50 am

    Sometimes I forget how amazing of a artist you are.

  7. thomas on June 25, 2018 at 2:53 am

    Nice job 👍👍

  8. PrettyKittyCommissions on June 25, 2018 at 2:57 am

    Man, there’s just so much to say!
    I guess I better throw it all out there!

    Well, first, I loved seeing the materials you use. Those golden handled brushes are gorgeous and I need to get my paws on at least one.

    Second, I like that tiny Altoid palette. So cute!!

    Third, I have been having a severe case of Wanderlust, it’s almost hurting! I am a city girl and I’ve been stationary this season, so being able to explore areas that are not riddled with cars and buildings it’s something that I am dying to do. I think that’s what attracted me so much to you and your art work, there’s always a sense of wonder and exploration every piece you make. It’s heavily inspiring me to get the heck out, but the winters here are pretty brutal LOL!

    Fourth, I would absolutely adore seeing a Sketchbook flip through. I’ve seen hints of your Sketchbook on your website or a few videos here and there and I’m so curious about what’s in there. :o!

    Anyway, with all of that said, thank you so much for sharing what’s behind the curtain. I don’t know why I’m such a die-hard fan of your work, but I’m not asking questions! I love your stuff, and I love seeing everything you create. <3

  9. mew on June 25, 2018 at 2:59 am

    it would be very helpful for me if you could show a little of your process behind the painting. by that, i mean… how you prepare your ideas, how do you do your thumbnails (can you show some to us?), how do you prepare your color pallet (how you decide which colors to use), how you use Photoshop ( you said something about preparing your pallet and composition first in Photoshop). i’d really love to hear more about those things.
    your art is amazing and i fell in love with it at a first glance! do more, share more and thank you for existing and doing amazing stuff!!! <3

  10. Elga Benedicta on June 25, 2018 at 3:08 am

    That squish-proof brush keeping tip is so useful!! Thanks 🤗🤗

  11. Princess Belle on June 25, 2018 at 3:26 am

    Will the metal tin get detected by mall metal detectors