|1||A4 or 8.5x11 size pad of marker paper. Letramax or Beinfang 360 are two brands of marker paper.|
|1||10 inch 30-60 set square (triangle) with an inking edge.|
|1||H or H pencil and pencil sharpener.
Note: You were given an H pencil on the first day of class
|1||Soft white eraser, such as Design 2000 or Stadtler brands. You were given an eraser on the first day of class.|
Black Pilot fine-liner (or equivalent). You may want to have a
few extra markers of this type.
|1||Black Pentel sign pen. They are packaged in a cellophane wrapper. You may want to have a few extra markers of this type. You were given a sign pen in the second class.|
|1||Black PrismaColor Marker (#03510) or equivalent (Pantone, Design, or Tria
brands). This maker has a large chisel point felt tip on one end and
a fine marker tip on the other end.
Note: You were given a sharpie chisel point marker on first day of class
|1 each||#1, #3, #5, #7, #9 or #2, #3, #5, #7, #9 gray scale PrismaColor Makers (note: a #1 and a 10% gray are equivalent). They are the same style as the black PrismaColor Marker listed above. Make sure that the series of markers that you buy is either all cool gray or all warm gray. If your budget allows it, you may want to have a full series of warm and cool gray markers. If necessary you can substitute with Pantone or Design brand markers. Just make sure that all the gray scale markers that you buy are the same brand.|
|1||Set of 12 PrismaColor artist quality soft lead color pencils.|
|1||Inking circle template. Any inking circle template with diameters up to 2-3 inches will be fine.|
|1||30 degree inking ellipse template, such as the Pickett isometric ellipse 1264i. Any 30 degree inking ellipse template with up to 2-3 inch ellipses will be fine.|