How do you paint? What does your set-up look like?
Here's mine to get the ball rolling. It's pretty simple: Grey Matter brushes by Richeson (plus a few others), the mahogany palette that came with my Julian field easel, a table-top easel (1/8" birch plywood with a stop glued in front and weighted down with an old brick), an old piece of plywood to duct tape the watercolor board to, my paints (Richeson casein - ivory black, ultramarine blue, cerulean blue, rose red, venetian red, yellow ochre, naples yellow and titanium white), flannel rags, a palette knife, a cut-off-carrot-juice-bottle pail for rinsing water, old camp cup for dipping water, little spray bottle from the beauty supply store for spritzing the palette now and then, and a home-made view finder with notches cut at the mid-points. The lights you see are musician-stand lights that I use on my Julian to light the painting and the palette when I paint in dim light.
I've got other set-ups too. This is my sitting one. There's also my Julian easel set-up and a cigar-pochade box one. I have check-lists for those so I don't forget anything
Looking forward to seeing how you all paint!