PLEIN AIR SEASCAPE by TOM BROWN
I was asked if there was more information about the regular plein air kit and the painting kit I used for the seascape painting shown here. The full information about the regular plein air kit I recommend is at THIS link. That one is very sturdy, sets up in seconds, mounts on any camera tripod, is very lightweight and takes quite a beating. And it’s very cheap. However you can make a “free” paintbox like the one I used at the ocean for this painting by using any simple cardboard box with a lid that folds up. I affixed the panel to the inside of the lid with rolled-up tape (sticky side out) lined the bottom with palette paper, and then spread my paints on it before tossing it in the car. That way it’s handy and ready to use on a whim. I’ll be posting more info on this kind of thing in the coming weeks. Hope this is useful.
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