Santa also brought me another Robert Oster
new ink that looks edible:
This gorgeous Citrus ink!
This drawing was an easy choice for Citrus in that we use limes daily
in so many meals at this time of the year —
This Lime was created with a dip pen, which I am new to using to draw!
Robert Oster Citrus ink can be found at Vanness and Pen Chalet!
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Rhodia Touch Journal, dip pen, Robert Oster Citrus ink.
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