I have one regret…
I didn’t find Hahnemühle’s YouTangle.art tins
before last year’s Inktober! (see bottom for video!)
Included in in the Hahnemühle Giveaway are:
1 tin Hahnemühle Inktober YouTangle.art cards +
6 extra cards so there are 31 cards for the Inktober Challenge
(yes that means that your tins were opened
but what a great thing to have enough cards for the month!)
1 Jinhao Shark Fountain Pen (from me! chomp chomp!) with
De Atramentis Document ink sample (waterproof ink!)
This means if you have never used a fountain pen I can convert you!
If you have, this is a totally fun good working pen!
It will bring out the kid who likes to draw!
I want the giveaway to end so the tins can be mailed in time for Inktober!
Four lucky USA peeps only (sorry friends everywhere else!!)
To enter, comment “I want to WIN!” below in this post!
Drawing will be held 10th September!
Thanking Hahnemühle for their generosity in this giveaway!
They are lovely for use with fountain pens,
and all types of micron and zebra and gelly pens.
The smooth bright white paper shows off pen and ink!
Colored Pitt pens and Tombow pens worked wonderfully on the paper.
Wet mediums also work,
but I like to pin my corners
when using wet medium on any
thinner stock. I tried traditional watercolor but it didn’t love
the paper, and ended up a bit
washed out (probably sizing issues).
*i didn’t think that would work!*
I tried liquid watercolors and inks
in a waterbrush, and they worked
better — maybe the even delivery
of saturated color? This was how
I added color in middle-of-the-night Inktober drawings last year.
*oooooh, then there is the tin… i popped 15 full pans in the tin…
did i say i loved to make home-made tin palettes?*
“Memory is more indelible than ink.”
Anita Loos, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
“I think not….”
Me… why I journal!
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