As you may have seen on my social media, I’m currently in Buenos Aires (my hometown) for a few days.
I -obviously- brought my travel art supplies bag down here with me, and I thought I’d share it in the blog since I always get a ton of questions about the tools I use.
I carry my travel art supplies in a tiny Rilakkuma bag that I got from a capsule toy machine in Japan. I only carry with me whatever I can fit in it.
Here’s a detailed view and some references below:
1.- My pencil case with my favorite pencils, pens and erasers.
2.- A roll of washi tape (I always tape a few stubs and papers to my sketchbook as souvenirs of the place I’m visiting).
4.- My dear Moleskine. It was a Christmas gift. You can find it online here.
5.- Paper towels.
6.- Watercolor pan set Color confections by Prima Marketing Inc. (The pink is my current favorite pink! I can’t part with it).
7.- Watercolor traveller pan set By Winsor and Newton. Available here. (I couldn’t narrow it down to only one watercolor pan set, and since they are tiny, and fit in the bag I brought my two current faves.)
You can see the sketches I make on the go by searching the hashtag #jftravelsketches on Instagram.
P.S.: you can also read this post about my go-to art supplies (non-travel edition).
[Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored. All the products featured were bought with my own money (or Santa’s). The products sent to me as a gift by Prima Marketing Inc. are solely included in my bag (and this post) because I am obsessed with them. Some of the links featured in this post are affiliate links.]