Supplies provided for new students: For new students, printing tools and paper will be provided by the instructor to get you started during the introductory 4 - 5 weeks. Supplies provided: CAW supplies inks, solvents, oils, acid, hand cleaner, etc. If you have printmaking supplies or paper, bring them to class. Students will buy paper, plates, and tools as needed. Continuing Students: Bring a project that you’re working on and any materials/tools that you own.
New Students: CAW supplies inks, solvents, oils, acid, hand cleaner, etc. If you have printmaking supplies or paper, bring them to class. Students will buy paper, plates, and tools as needed (silk screens are provided). Continuing Students: Bring a project that you’re working on and any materials/tools that you own.
Supplies students should bring: 1 box of 3x4.5” Color-aid paper (314 or 220 pieces) 20 pieces 9x12” Bristol Board Scissors Glue stick Supplies provided: Exacto knife or scissors and extra exacto blades Cutting board 20 sheets of 9" x 12" bristol board Glue stick 1 box of 314 pcs Color-aid paper size 4.5x6
Supplies students should bring: 5–10 brushes, various brush sizes Acrylic paints below followed by * are required for class. Titanium white (8 oz.) * Ivory black (8 oz.) * Cadmium yellow * Yellow ochre * Ultramarine blue * Permanent green light Phthalo blue Napthol red or cadmium red
Supplies students should bring if working in charcoal: Medium or soft vine charcoal sticks (4– 12 sticks) General's charcoal pencils: HB, 2B (1 or 2 of each) If you work on toned paper: General's white charcoal pencil or white pastel pencil (not a white colored pencil which is too waxy to work with charcoal) Sanding pad (for sharpening charcoal pencils and vine charcoal): I highly recommend the Nitram sanding block over the regular small “tear off” sandpaper block. Fine sandpaper can also be used (http://www.dickblick.com/products/nitram-sharpening-bloc/) Straight razor blade (for sharpening charcoal pencils): Can be purchased at a hardware store. Sold in packs of 5 or more, usually used for paint scrapers. A box cutter can work as well but I recommend a straight razor blade.) Long pose paper for charcoal: Canson Mi-Teinte pastel paper (It comes in a variety of colors of 25.5" x 19.5" sheets. Get 2–3 sheets of light grey, tan or medium blue; charcoal papers
Supplies students should bring: #6 or #8 watercolor brush Asian ink stick Ink stone Watercolor or Gouache Colors: New Gamboge, Crimson, Burnt Sienna, French Ultramarine Blue, and Vermilion
Supplies students need to bring: Pencil Ruler (metal or with metal edge) 1 Pigma Micron marker .01 size $2.30 1 Princeton 3750 20/0 round petite brush (Princeton select synthetic mini round) $2.48 3 inexpensive brushes for color mixing: Golden Taklon wash 1/2” $1.50 Golden Taklon flat 12 $1.50 Golden Taklon wash 1” $1.72 Optional: Ames Lettering Guide, embossing tool (Prices are from Artist and Craftsman in New Haven)