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Seeing them hanging to dry I had to try the stripey lines! What fun! Drawn with an inked Pentel Aquash! All of a sudden there is a hubbub about putting inks in waterbrushes… They sell inked waterbrushes (Pentel and Wink … Continue reading
Last images of Hartford Connecticut this month. I love Flash Mobs, the surprise and delight! When I found one in Hartford I decided to try sketching from it. Still keeping with the very fast sketches! LAST images in the Fabriano…. … 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
This month on our virtual walk we are looking for Antonio Gaudi… Admittedly, by the time I landed in Barcelona I was burned out on travel, and spent more time eating and shopping for boots before returning home… However, Gaudi was … Continue reading
A tropical island, one place I go that is my happy place… Not too hot, Pacific Ocean, breezes. Brunaille and grisaille underpainting. Sent! Laguna Beach iconic view — from one of many photos I’ve taken over the years. Brunaille and … Continue reading
A second image of Randy’s Gardenia created during the video. Terry Phillips’ Morning Glories climbing her bird feeder, showing a bit of the layering process from ink to finish. Hahnemühle makes a longer post card, which I played with above. … Continue reading