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A lot to want to ESCAPE from this last couple weeks… Sad angry politics, riots, and my MAC is a lemon and screwed with my reports. So I go to my happy spot… doodling Palm Trees and Daisies and Stars … Continue reading
Inks on sale at Goulet prompted a few new colors to miraculously land on my desk. I’d sampled Nemosine Aeolis Palus Red + Solar Storm (orange). Right, I played with the orange in both the Pilot medium nib Metropolitan … 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
I had no idea when I began playing with the Hahnemühle Post Cards that I would love them so much! Trading postcards, sending an actual watercolor, and now, gifting them to Patreons! Now I am comfortable with the ribbed rough paper, … 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
I am sure there are hundreds of amazing and honest foster parents in the world, but ours wasn’t one of them. Because of her lies and antics, our guys cost us roughly a thousand dollars more than they “should” have … Continue reading