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Last year, I decided to it would be fun to keep a sketchbook journal, even though I’ve never been able to maintain a consistent drawing practice for any length of time, despite multiple attempts. I managed to keep it going for about six weeks before I got too busy one week, and then it left my brain forever.

Before that happened, in the flush of enthusiasm during the first week, I drew this diagram of some of my painting tools. The tools change for every job, but the basics are always the same: glaze, solvent, colorant, container, things that put the glaze on the wall, things that take the glaze off the wall, and things that prevent the glaze from getting on things other than the wall.