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I’ve not liked the A4 Fabriano Journal. On the upside, the company was responsive to my issues. They sent me replacements, but I think the paper is just not up to snuff. It pills easily, and the color sits on … Continue reading
Yesterday was a worldwide USk sketchout, and I am swamped. But the trees outside the studio had not lost their leaves YET (starting) so into freezing car and parked down the block and looked up at the studio. My finish … Continue reading
Braving another go at a video, my other first try! Lighting is better… About ink painting, shown on a Hahnemühle Post Card. Tips: I pin my postcards on a stiff board (I use the mailing envelopes from Redbubble). I can … Continue reading
Okay I’ve hung on to this long enough and need to get over it all. I will share my first test teaching vlog with my fellow artist peeps. It is about ink+ watercolor painting, shown on a Hahnemühle Post Card, … Continue reading
This one is simply overworked. It doesn’t have the feeling of air coming through the palm leaves. I am okay with the ocean, flowers, etc. This should have been beautiful… Randy Boyd’s photo was gorgeous! I tried it again….. In … Continue reading
I’ve been upset about the first, then they were topped by worry for friends in Texas and Florida… Painting images loosely from photos that stayed in my mind helped. In these, more than most, I noticed the exposure (flash or … Continue reading