My room has a ceiling fan which I put two Sylvania 13W CF13EL/Micro/835 3500K 820 lumens bulbs. I bought them maybe a year ago at Lowes. I remember the packaging saying the bulbs were daylight instead of warm light. But now that I see they are 3500K far from 5000K. I purchased two OttLites before but they where too big for the ceiling fan. So I saw that only Sylvania had small daylight CFL but now I know they are sh!t.
Well I notice when I'm trying to draw still lifes, my eyes strain to see my sketchbook or drawing pad under the ceiling fan lights. I did some research on the Net and found a few oil painters mentioning that it's important to have your still life under the same light as your canvas. Stan Proko's blog details this problem. Ankaris's blog also shows his setup. So I'm looking at purchasing one portable light stand but I don't know how much lumens I will need. I see some lamps have three or more sockets for CFL bulbs. I've been looking on Adorama and BHphotovideo for ideas.
One of the art stores near me sells Daylight Company clip on studio lamp & stand but I've never read a positive review about it so I don't want to spend money on junk. So any advice would be appreciated.