Pentalic Aqua Journal, Platinum Carbon pen with Platinum Carbon ink;
Noodler’s Lexington Grey, De Atramentis Document inks;
White Uniball Signo pen 153; Sennelier, Holbein, and Daniel Smith watercolors.
1959 Morris Woody Wagon and trailer image used as source found on Pinterest;
no other traceable contact known.
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I like this painting a lot. The fact that Willy Nelson is now stuck in my head, a little less than a lot.
It was in my head while drawing it….
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Living the dream, Kate! I do like this one.