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Sketchbooks are about experimenting. It is nice when it all works, but what about when it doesn’t? I hadn’t much time and decided to try Anya‘s hydrangeas in ink painting for a quick sketch and wow did not turn out… … Continue reading
New pen, the Peacock Himalayan with an Ultra Flex nib, from Fountain Pen Revolution. I inked it up with Robert Oster Blue Sea ink, but when I went to sketch the beautiful pen, I used both Robert Oster Torquay ink … Continue reading
I journal and do morning stream of consciousness exercises, and I’m again participating in Linda Hill’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday. I write to a timer, 15-20 minutes, no editing except spelling, and of course I add my art! You can … Continue reading
Kevin from Fountain Pen Revolution fixed my red Himalayan with the Ultra Flex nib!** Yay! I love this pen! Above, showing the pencils that went into the sketch to give the color when I finally applied ink with a wet … Continue reading
Can’t get enough of these windmills…. And ink painting! Really having fun with it! To hear about classes, follow me on Facebook or check out my new, improved dkatiepowellart.com “Memory is more indelible than ink.” Anita Loos, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. … Continue reading
I hate dentists *sorry if you are one, not personal* He is not frightened of them; I am phobic. *i think that makes me smarter than the average bear* I went with Mitchell to an emergency dental appointment because we … Continue reading