I have always defined my daily art with the full knowledge that we like to travel, so my projects have to be portable. Since we were decadent and took lots of luggage, I would have been able to take even more supplies than I did, but there's a certain excitement in working with constraints.
For my daily miniature, the rule is that I have to make something to pack into a tiny 1 1/2 x 2-inch plastic bag (no fair just picking up a piece of stuff). So I needed some tools and supplies:
But I augmented these sparse supplies with a lot of stuff that I found along the way. For instance, here are the miniatures I made during the week of October 20:
Four found objects tied up with wire or thread, embellished with beads: some nicely shaped twigs, a clam shell from the bouillabaisse dinner, two metal doodads found on the docks.