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Today I played with the Hahnemühle Carnet de Voyage (the Bamboo Journal). First off, I love the cover! Hahnemühle uses lovely pieces of art for all their covers, and if I were to use this as an actual journal, after … Continue reading
Mitchell and I collected them before I knew how much fun they are to sketch. We like big cups, and they have to feel good in the hand. They have to be colorful or hand-painted. There has to be one … Continue reading
I’ve been looking forward to finishing my last A5 book (Hahnemuhle Nostalgie Sketchbook) so I could start the new Hahnemühle Watercolour Book, my spring gift to me! I am picky about my journals and have tried several, only to find … Continue reading
Okay, I admit it… I bought these for the TIN. My studio paints are overflowing into lots of little tins, and I loved the flowers on these tins and the size. (How I used these tins and organized my paints … Continue reading
In the spirit of my new forays into working with inks, pencils, and Neocolor II watercolor crayons, I was delighted to be given Hahnemühle’s new THE GREY BOOK. The architect in me loves the wood-patterned dark grey cover. The name … Continue reading
Happy New Year! And here is to the Hahnemühle company, whose journals may be my new go-to journal! There are several journals made by Hahnemühle, and I have four to try. Full disclosure is they asked me to test them … Continue reading