As I move back into posting,
I will start with the pages I was drawing of the Vista House,
below, when my mom died.
(Not ready to write about that yet.)
I don’t think we ever went there, though maybe when I was a kid on a trip north.
The image, top, was drawn with KWZ Foggy Green.
KWZ is a lovely ink that moves in unusual ways when touched by water.
There is not a lot of control, you have to just move and play with the ink as you go.
The other lovely changling ink I am playing with is Robert Oster Purple Jazz.
It looks grey when you line it (unless the line is a broad tip)
but when you move ti with water it goes blue and pink and grey!
I love these moody inks!
These images were shared images from google,
which many peeps sketched as part of our Virtual Sketchwalk group.
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