Odds and ends. Today, I finished the landscape (somewhere around Monterey) and worked on the figure with the striped shirt (my wife Kathleen). It still needs work. Both are watercolors. The pen and ink drawing of the figure behind the landscape is on bristle board.
My watercolor kit. The bottom drawer contains watercolor tubes. I never mix my watercolor brushes with the brushes I use for oils. Oils are too tough on brushes, especially expensive sables.
I use an assortment of tray palettes for watercolors. One palette is dedicated to greens, another dedicated to blues, and so forth.