Pigments made from ocher and natural soils, charred vegetable matter, soot, different chemical reactions with copper, iron, lead and zinc and with the precipitation of natural dyes
Pastel crayons, hand-molded with different blends of pigments, kaolin, calcium carbonate and natural gums.
Watercolors made from pigment grounded in distilled water, gum Arabic and honey.
Paints prepared from pigments grounded in flax and poppy oil.
Linen canvas prepared with an oil paint and a calcium carbonate base.
SUN THICKENED OIL
Cold pressed oil thicken in the sun in order to modify its properties.
charcoal sticks made with charred willow branches.
IRON GALL INK
Ink prepared by fermenting oak gall in distilled water, to which iron sulfate and gum Arabic is added, to give it the necessary properties.
Bookbinding traditionally made with white sheet paper and a hardcover encased with recycled material.
Paper made from the recycling of drawing paper, cardboard and cotton rags, molded using traditional European and Tibetan methods.