Gilding Workshop with Dan Mooney
(BR48) Princeton Monogram Brush (critical)
(S478) Ball burnisher-stylus with 2 tips (sharp and ball)
also recommended (but not manditory) for extra sharp point is (S255) bookbinders awl which I use most often.
(S620) Clear Dappen Dish (critical)
(I38) Dr, Martins Bleed Proof White ink
Misc. that you probably already have:
(M17) Pigma micron marker size 005 or 01 or a similar technical pen with waterproof ink for thin lines.
An assortment of water colors, green (WN503), blue (WN178), red (WN094) & yellow (WN108)
light box or artograph pad with an extension cord (S762)
A light, not critical but you'll be glad you have one. (I use the compact portable lamp from John Neal) (S912)
(PL03, S650) pencil or mechanical lead holder
(S781) Q-tipps or blending sticks,/stumps for smudging pencil
(S705, S706) distilled water and eyedropper (critical)
toothpicks for stirring instacoll
(E24) white eraser
watercolor brush size 0. (BR47) Kolinsky 8408 is great!
drafting tape or drafting dots
A $20 Materials fee will be collected at the workshop.
Dan will supply all of the 140# hot pressed fabriano artistico papers, sheets of 24k gold leaf, Instacoll size, Pink Tressor size, printing of all handouts and more.
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