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Tuesday Magic Item – Vasizek’s Painting Kit

31 August, 2021

What are you paining?Voddick tilted his head and studied the painting.  “Not my usual style but it conveys itself well.”

Gollaon nodded.  “It is unusual, more . .  capturing the idea of the thing than the actual thing itself.  Very intriguing.”

“Its it nicely essential is it not,” agreed Voddick.  “If we had a fixed abode, I would be tempted to purchase it.”

“But, alas, we are but wanderers with out a home, venturing upon . . .”

“No need to wax poetic, I know all too well what our lifestyle entails.”

Vasizek’s Painting Kit

This well made wooden painting kit contains brushes, pots, a palette, small knifes, several pestles, and various other items for mixing paints and then using them.  The magic of the case keeps the materials from spoiling, drying or otherwise becoming unusable, it also cleans the brushes when the user is done with them, and for those reason alone will be prized by any painter.

The set is a masterwork as well as it preservative and cleaning qualities.

When used to paint in a style that is innovative and new, the painter receives a +5 circumstance bonus on Craft check to make such works and a little of the painting kits magic protects them, making them more durable and longer lasting.

Aura faint divination and transmutation; CL 5th
Slot
none; Price 3,500; Weight 8 lbs
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, mending, slow; Cost 1,750

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (painting kit), rare

First paragraph as above.

The set is a masterwork as well as it preservative and cleaning qualities.

When used to paint in a style that is innovative and new, the painter receives advantage on rolls to create such works and a little of the painting kits magic protects them, making them more durable and longer lasting.

Notes: Vasizek was a painter who experimented with new styles, new ways to represent the world and his painting kit is imbued with his desire to expand the boundaries of what art can be.  (Inspired by Czech painter Vladimír Vašíček.)

Image The Painter’s Studio by Frans van Mieris the Elder, found on Wikimedia Commons and is in the Public Domain.

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