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TEEN OIL PAINTING ACADEMY

Supply List

Find everything you need for class listed below. Buying your personal supplies through the Amazon links provided helps Accomplished Artist Studio fund our Scholarship Program.

students should bring these items to class

Essential

Optional

convenient items or an upgraded version of an essential item

Secondary

great items to have but not essential

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ESSENTIAL

Canvas Panels

Inexpensive panels to start learning on

ESSENTIAL

Stretch Canvas

An inexpensive stretch canvas to try when you are learning to paint. Approx. 9X12 to 11 X 14 is best to start with.

ESSENTIAL

Turpenoid Brush Cleaner

his odorless turpentine is what you'll fill your brush cleaning container with to keep you oil paint brushes clean.

ESSENTIAL

Kneaded Eraser

This eraser can be molded to erase tiny areas, you can press and lift instead of rubbing and you can knead it to clean it!

ESSENTIAL

White Pearl Eraser

An inexpensive nice white eraser. If prefer this brand but any brand will do.

ESSENTIAL

Retractable Eraser

A retractable eraser for smaller aras.

ESSENTIAL

Prismacolor Graphite Pencil Set

My favorite standard graphite pencil set.

ESSENTIAL

Hake Brush

A great inexpensive brush for getting eraser and pencil crumbs off your paper without smearing!

ESSENTIAL

Blending Stumps

A great way to soften your strokes.

ESSENTIAL

T-square Ruler

A great inexpensive T-square ruler for getting perfect horizontal and veritcal lines.

ESSENTIAL

Small Sketch Book

A great small sketch book for warm up exercises in class or on the go!

ESSENTIAL

9x12 Drawing Pad (spiral)

A great smaller size drawing pad.

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Titanium White (large tube)

You'll use this a lot when mixing colors so that is why I have a larger tube listed!

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint Brush Washer Container with Lid

A study no-spill container for your turpenoid oil brush cleaner.

ESSENTIAL

Ebony Splendor Long Handle Filbert Brushes

An inexpensive set of filbert oil painting brushes.

ESSENTIAL

Ebony Splendor Long Handle Round Brushes

An inexpensive set of oil painting brushes.

ESSENTIAL

Paint Brush Roll Up Container

You'll need some type of holder to carry your paintbrushes in to keep them from getting damaged.

ESSENTIAL

Aluminum Palette Knife

For mixing colors on your paette

ESSENTIAL

Disposable Grey Palette Paper

This disposable mid-value palette paper makes clean up a breeze!

ESSENTIAL

Painting Apron

If your painting, you'll need an apron or lab coat of some kind. This is a great apron.

ESSENTIAL

Oil Painting Palette with Lid

This is a great holder for the disposable gray palette. You can take your wet paints home and plop them in the freezer to keep them good. Also works well to carry small wet paintings. You just need to clip the plastic pegs off.

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Cad Red Light

(Light-Red)- An essential palette color- I prefer M. Graham or Gamblin brands.

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Alizarin Crimson

(Mid-Red) Gamblin brand is fine too.

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Cad Yellow Medium

(Lt-Yellow) I prefer Gamblin or M Graham. Can also use a Cad Yellow Light

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Cobalt Blue

(Med-Blue) This will become your go- to blue!

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Ultramarine Blue

(Dk-Blue) A great deep blue!

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Raw Umber

A must have neutral color

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Transparent Red Oxide

(Dk-Red) or you can use a Transparent Earth Red in Gamblin or M Graham brands.

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Yellow Ochre

(Dk-Yellow) You'll be amazed at how much you use this color! Use M. Graham or Gamblin.

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Asphaltum

(DkBrown). A great darkest brown.

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Ivory Black

A great dark black.

ESSENTIAL

Oil Paint- Sap Green

(Mid to Dark Green) a good natural green!

OPTIONAL

Proportional Divider Tool

A tool to help you resize your drawing from the reference.

SECONDARY

Gloves for Oil Painting

If you don't want stained fingers, grab some of these gloves when you paint!

SECONDARY

Oil Paint- Naples Yellow

(Light Yellow) This is great subtle yellow! I prefer M. Graham in this color.

SECONDARY

Oil Paint- Cad Yellow Light

(Light Yellow) An essential color.

SECONDARY

Oil Paint- Burnt Umber

(Mid-Brown) Great for value painting and more!

SECONDARY

Walnut Oil- Medium

This is a great medium to mix with you paints if they are too stiff.

OPTIONAL

Lab Coat

To protect all your clothing, use a lab coat instead of an apron!

OPTIONAL

Murphy's Oil Soap (brush cleaner)

The most amazing soap for cleaning off the oil paint from your hands and brushes.

OPTIONAL

Paint Tube opener

This tool is so handy for opening your tubes of paint without damaging them!

OPTIONAL

Oil Paint- Ultramarine Violet

(Dk Purple) This is a convenience color, great for shadows and adding to deep neutral colors.

OPTIONAL

Oil Paint- Cobalt Teal

I enjoy this convenience color! Not a necessity but definitely a nice luxury!

OPTIONAL

Oil Paint- Cad Green

OPTIONAL

Oil Paint- Cobalt Violet

This is a convenience color that comes in handy, especially if you like a variety of purples.

OPTIONAL

Paint Brush Case

A hard case for carrying your brushes to keep them from getting damaged.

GREAT GIFT IDEAS

Clip On Paintbrush Holder (drumstick)

A great holder for your paintbrushes, take it take class!

GREAT GIFT IDEAS

Painting Easel- tabletop model

This is not necessary for class but if you want to paint at home and don't have much space, this is a great easel.

GREAT GIFT IDEAS

Painting Easel- floor model

This is not necessary for class, but if you want to paint at home and are looking for a great floor easel, this is it!

GREAT GIFT IDEAS

Handheld Wooden Palette

I love this handheld palette! Please note if you are left handed, you'll need to order a right-handout palette.

GREAT GIFT IDEAS

Battery Operated Pencil Sharpener

An amazing personal pencil sharpener for graphite or colored pencils.

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