I have had a few comments asking about the process of how I paint, mediums I use etc...So I thought I would take a picture of my actual work space. I most often use Liquitex soft body acrylics for the colors and Benjamin Moore Super White flat interior house paint as my white. Water based paint almost all of the time. My palette is a plastic plate...easy to throw away and since acrylic dries very quickly, it is not worth trying to save what has been mixed. I often also paint with coffee...regular coffee with milk in it, as it makes a beautiful beige hue. For my textiles, I paint on raw canvas, not the expensive type from the art store but rather drop cloth from the paint store....as it holds the paint well and allows me to control the designs I am painting. For wallpaper designs, I usually use paper...either drawing with pencil or cutting with paper. To get an idea of this, my LULU DK Sunshine wallpaper design is all hand drawn and shaded with pencil. You can see it on my website. HERE. The collages from the book are a whole different story...I use every medium possible with the exception of oil based paints...I rarely use oil based products, I used them so much in Tromp L'oiel school in Paris that I think the mess and scent of it started to kill me. (literally and figuratively). The only remnant of toxic paints I use are white-out pens, which I love to use as the negative space and Elmer's Glue and Liquitex Matte Medium with I use on all my cut outs and collages. I also use every type of pen and pencil imaginable...that is pretty much it!