A NEVER-ENDING SKETCHBOOK? | Mystery Art Supplies | Paletteful Packs Unboxing | Accordion SketchbooK

A NEVER-ENDING SKETCHBOOK? | Mystery Art Supplies | Paletteful Packs Unboxing | Accordion SketchbooK

December’s box got here a little late, but the art supplies all still work! hehe even if…….I may or may not have used them all.


►https://www.palettefulpacks.com/ (This was the ‘Petite’ Tier Box, sent to me free of charge by Paletteful Packs.)

Caran d’Arche Neocolor II Water-Soluble Wac Oil Pastels: https://amzn.to/2Ru70Ii
Pentalic Watercolor Dream Catcher Accordion Fold Artist Journal:
Art Advantage Medium Water Brush
Derwent Inktense Pencils: https://amzn.to/2BZxw2u
Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pen (Medium): https://amzn.to/2CP9zMO

Derwent Inktense Travel Watercolor Set: https://amzn.to/2F77qh0
Mechanical Pencil: https://amzn.to/2RrPep6

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51 Responses

  1. Natassiaerliya 145 says:

    You are great!!?
    You inspire me to draw, thank you?

  2. Tordis Adams-Falconer says:

    Someone probably already commented this but the drawing makes me think of the seasons like the first two pages looked like spring then spring faded into summer, then summer faded into fall, then fall faded into winter.

  3. The.Mad.Hattress says:

    I like the green part of the illustration the best. Like she mentioned, it looks really serene.

  4. Messed Up Mykie says:

    It looks like the story of a girl!
    Left to right.
    -Grew up in Nature (Probably cause mom likes it)
    -likes collecting flowers
    -finds love and still has fun outdoors
    -someone dies (maybe parents. her love, idk)

  5. Carolina Corcoran says:

    I just turned 12 and I really want to be an artist when I grow up (or as soon as possible) and I just posted my first video because of how you inspire me. I love you!!

  6. MaybeSomeOtherTime YT says:


  7. mairle says:

    These are pretty cool! If you search for them online, you might find them under the term leporello. These are very easy to make yourself, basically, you just cut out one rectangle and fold it in half. And then you do that with 20 other rectangles and glue them together on one side (always turning a new rectangle)so that you can unfold it like an accordion.
    Also they make really cool book and illustration projects (try a city scape or a real story for example!) and are therefore always appreciated in art school portfolios and applications 🙂

    • mairle says:

      I can only repeat what Elena Fowler said! A good glue (we used one for bookbinding, it’s only like, 5$) it should be fine. We learned this from someone who learned it at the HGB (big traditional art school in Germany, the B is for bookarts) so I guess glueing really is the best way to go! Though with your style some experimenting beforehand could be useful, like how does it react with markers etc. Also glad you like the idea!

    • Praxidike100 says:

      +DrawingWiffWaffles Try using book binder’s paste. Regular glue is too wet. You could also use a glue stick. You have to put it on super thick (like paste) to make it stay together. I use one I got in the arts and crafts department that is permanent; I’ve never seen one in the office supplies.

    • FallingStary says:

      Why no just an over sided Piece of paper and fold it yourself instead of gluing many together. Worst case scenario you just end up with a travel size

    • Pirie’spinkargylesweater says:

      Thanks for supplying the name of the technique! Here’s a link with some examples of the technique in it: https://www.abebooks.com/blog/#article/19156

    • V says:

      DrawingWiffWaffles double sided tape works wonders when you don’t like glue.

  8. SuperGuy Aadi says:

    Because of you, I started a bullet journal, and it’s really helpful! Thanks Waffles :3


  9. Violet Connie Art says:

    I never comment on your videos but have been watching for quite a while ? I want to say that I really love your art, you have inspired me so much, you are my favourite youtuber and I so very much look forward to you videos every Tuesday and Saturday! Thank you so much!! ???

  10. izabela lika says:

    the drawing sort of remindes me on the sunrise and morning (green), noon in the middle (yellow), sunset (orange and red) and twilight (pink, purple, blue)

  11. Parker Erich says:

    This was so ambitious and goes towards your goal to make more backgrounds and less just floaty characters.
    I’m glad the colours make you happy and that’s what matters most.
    I’m so proud of you, keep it up!

  12. ElephartVirtuosity says:

    Basically my Brain cells when I’m taking a test ?

  13. Candy Floss says:

    After watching your videos my drawings skills have improved so much especially with drawing hands… So thank you for helping me even tho you don’t know me x3 ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  14. Lee says:

    This is gorgeous!! Your videos always inspire me and make me super happy!
    And they also make me hungry for waffles ?

  15. LuceGalaxy says:

    Me: wow that sketchbook could be cool for recreating the Smash Bros. classic mode picture!

    Video: It’s like the Smash Bros. Classic picture!

    Me: how did you read my mind!?!

  16. Lady Cat says:

    I finished my sketchbook just yesterday! I also kept another from a few years ago, and I feel like I’ve really improved. You’re a big inspiration to me, and you’ve helped me improve a lot in art. HAPPY LATE NEW YEAR!

  17. E Wright says:

    After watching this video I want to start a petition to have a color named screaming yellow. Who’s with me!

  18. Emma Bowers says:

    what if its like the girl as she gets older

  19. Cutie yumyum says:

    14:39 hey woah! What is that obese duck! ?? ? It’s been annoying me this entire video ?

    Just kidding I love this video ?y favourite part is the green and the kyootiful map ?

  20. Hannah Honey says:

    The drawingwiffwaffles paradox: doesn’t think she’s creative, but is creative

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