Jane's approach to making them portable inspiring. Even for the local artist who travels to the sea near their home or to the park to paint, this will free up weight and allow your mind to focus on creating.
The next video recommended was the Midori Small Watercolor Palette. There's a cute little book/pad that is shown in the beginning. Damn! I had one and got rid of it because I lost the pen. I KNEW that thing could have another use, but I'm trying to keep clutter to a minimum and that was something I thought could go. Oh well. Noting for future reference. The Midori video shows using old eyeshadow cups for paint and one of those floss holders. GENIUS!
My engineering mind is delighted to solve the challenge of portable art supplies constrained by weight, space, liquid TSA restrictions and having lots of supplies at hand. My artist heart is delighted that I will be able to create when the muse arrives. And frankly, she's built a bunk bed in my heart where art camp is visited daily.