I recently met a wonderful artist by the name of Jerry, who shared with me how he’s customized his Pocket Palette. Jerry wanted to carry more colors in a single palette, and came up with a creative solution. He divided the standard palette pans with brass rods, soldering them in place and grinding them smooth. To finish, he painted the interiors with white enamel and the exteriors with a durable black paint. According to Jerry, this process was labor intensive, but the pans should last a long time! Lucky for me, he sent me a set to experiment with–now I just need to decide on all the extra colors I can bring!