1.) Pencils: For great drawings, I use Prismacolor woodless graphite pencils and Color pencils, these are high quality: http://www.prismacolor.com/home
The color Pencils, some sets are expensive but they are worth it!: http://www.prismacolor.com/products/colored-pencils
The Woodless graphite and water-soluble graphite pencils: http://www.prismacolor.com/products/graphite-sketching
2.) Oil colours for oil paintings, I love Winsor&Newton tubes wide range of colours: http://www.winsornewton.com/ My favorite color from this series would be Cadmium Red Deep, Its Blood Red, Rose Red, beautiful color.
3.) Great art supplier: http://www.dickblick.com/ They have a huge range of tools from different distributors and even unique hard to find products. Walnut Oil, my favorite medium when I’m not using Liquin, I get it here.
4.) Michael’s Arts&Crafts Store: http://www.michaels.com/ I shop here for drawing pads and sketchbooks, I also like their Brush setup they have more and lower prices than Aaron Bros. usually.
I’ve recently started working with oil color pencils, they are mainly found in woodworker’s tool stores. But they are great on canvas, paper, and very smooth.
A company called, Walnut Hollow makes these pencils, they come in sets, I wish they were bigger sets! I love them!
Walnut Hollow has cancelled their pencils, but other companies make them thank goodness: http://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-rembrandt-polycolor-premium-oil-based-colored-pencil-sets/
I like to work with Oil pastels, especially when I’m covering large areas of canvas or paper. I love Sennelier pastels, they are like buttery lipstick crayons, pricey but worth it: http://www.sennelier.fr/ Pablo Picasso himself helped create these pastels, they do not disappoint, very good quality!