Whoever you are, you use stationery. Some of these items we take for granted are actually genius inventions that we can't do without, and as someone who constantly had to faff about in school with correction fluid, these correction tape dispensers shown at right were the light at the end of the tunnel. Gone were the dark days of dabbing brushes in correction fluid and waiting several minutes for it to dry, and the more recent days of correction pens that frequently got blocked up. Under the tape dispensers are two scratchboard tools given to me in 2016 by Jan Lowe of the Australian Guild of Realist Artists. One is a fibreglass-filament 'brush' and the other is a sharp point, both for scratching board surfaces.