Sketchbook Page Turner number 59 represents a turning point for me. I worked in a hard-cover bound sketchbook (instead of spiral bound), and after I filled the book with drawings I went back and used watercolor on all the illustrations I made. I think the main turning point is mental. I am becoming more confident in that my sketchbook practice is of value in and of itself, even if I never produce "large ready-to-sell" art.
I am really enjoying getting to know watercolors, in a way that I wish to use them (read: non-traditional). In the past over a course of over 10 years, I taught many children how to use and mix colors with watercolor, however at the time, I had never really incorporated this media into my own practice.
Are there any art supplies you wish to try, but haven't?