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The 2018 Pelikan Hub happened Friday night. My first time, and wow I will never miss another. It happened at the Lucky Lab on Hawthorne. Oddly, my sketch while waiting for it to start (after dinner) is in Robert Oster’s … Continue reading
Trip across the big wide Columbia to make a presentation in Lacey, Washington. Labor day the bridge was very slow due to traffic; this meant I could draw while Mitchell drove. Robert Oster’s Motor Oil ink is becoming a go-to … Continue reading
I finished my Hahnemühle D & S Sketchbook and am well into my new Nostalgie journal; this is a rambling last look back, at the things I had no time to post that I can share. Sometimes I can’t share, … Continue reading
This year’s theme: Pen & Ink This year my Sketchpack is to be all inked drawings with a bit of water to move ink color. I almost passed on Di’s challenge but I always have a good time! Making it … Continue reading
Happy 4th for those who celebrate! I’ll post my 4th drawings tomorrow… Experiments with new inks, and new pens, TWSBI and Jinhao with Goulet nibs. *okay i cheated no watercolors but all with brush as if!* This Monteverde Chariote needs … Continue reading
This leaning portion of the facade of the Basílica de Guadalupe in Mexico city is from an image from Margaret Metcalfe. It was fun to do… ink then watercolor. I also tried this odd reflection and played with it, took … Continue reading