The materials used in the lacquer miniature are characteristic of their natural origin. Tools are available in many art salons, but some of them are still made by hand.
For storing drawings and other working materials. Paint, palette, and glass are also placed on it.
Wooden stand-stool, designed to fix the hand so that it does not touch the painting while working.
To remove dust from the surface of the painting during work, before applying drying oil and other necessary cases.
For storing tempera paints and emulsions.
With a matte surface for preparing paints.
A tool in the form of a blunt needle inserted into a wooden stalk. Used when translating a drawing from tracing paper.
Tubes are put on the tip of dried brushes for protection, so that they do not break and do not bend during storage.
A tool made of glass with a flat matte bottom for rubbing paint pigment on the surface of a glass plate.
A thin homogeneous powder of mineral or organic compounds of various colors.
For cleaning brushes intended for lacquers.