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My journal of Boy and Gurl will be told in the Hahnemühle Watercolour Book, my spring gift to me! I wish I’d done this for all my kitties… but back then it was architectural drawings or big acrylic paintings. I LOVE … Continue reading
gads turn off the sound! mac is not letting me turn it off during export! I haven’t done a prompt with challenges in a couple of years. I have no trouble thinking of things to sketch and time is what … Continue reading
I went for something a bit more meaningful to me than my feet. WAIT… oops, my feet are meaningful to me! Where would I be without them? “Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?” … Continue reading
i cannot believe i am so swamped at work that i posted two of these before. *sigh* losing it… edited It is not fancy, not pretty, and not expensive. It has many annoying design qualities. But in the end, the … Continue reading
There are a lot of things about the Platinum Carbon pen that are just plain stupid — like it doesn’t post (have a place for the cap) but dang this baby just writes and writes, and after all, that is … Continue reading
I find this EDIM is causing me to write more than I do about my drawings… The prompts this year feel more personal to me. The prompt for the 9th was something huge, and as it followed the smallest-thing-on-my-desk, I … Continue reading