Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils
Prismacolor Premier are my colored pencils of choice. They are high-quality pencils, but a tad cheaper than the Faber-Castell Polychromos many people use.
Wacom Intuos Pro Drawing Tablet
Digital art doesn’t require many tools. Apart from your computer, you basically just need a graphic tablet. For this, I’ve been using the Intuos Pro M (PTH650) for the last few years. I think it’s one of the most used tablets ever. There are newer versions nowadays, like the PTH660. Either is fine, though.
For sketches and pure pencil drawings I use Faber-Castell pencils. I live in Germany, so I feel a special connection to this german brand. They are of such high quality though, that Faber-Castell is known internationally. You can never go wrong with these.
Dahle 133 Pencil Sharpener
If you want to push your efficiency to the next level, I recommend a professional pencil sharpener like the Dahle 133. It makes sharpening your pencils faster and cleaner. It’s a must-have, if you draw with pencils or colored pencils a lot.
Sakura Pigma Micron Pens
These are fantastic black drawing pens that even professional comic artists use. They come in various sizes and are good for crosshatching and thinner lines. This set contains all the tip sizes you need.
Sakura Pigma Brush Pens
These brush pens are a great addition to the Micron drawing pens. They make filling larger areas of black easy and offer a lot of control. Drawing lines of varying thickness is child’s play with these. Great for beautiful line art!
Zoom H2 Audio Recorder
The microphone I use in my YouTube videos. It’s a very versatile audio recorder that can record a whole band playing live, an interview, or just the voice of a single person. It delivers really good results.