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I LOVE complex colors — Inks (or watercolors) that are just a little unpredictable in that they change and do their own thing when touched by water! Some all it shading, but it rarely happens except in wide nibbed pens. … Continue reading
Two pictures of Mitchell in his twenties made for good practice. One of him looking out over the Sierras… Another of him hamming for the camera (he didn’t smoke.) I am working in the Hahnemühle Cappuccino Sketchbook … dedicating it … Continue reading
I sketched our tax gal… pretty good likeness! Edison Nouveau 1.1 stub nib with Pilot Kiri-same ink I am working in the Hahnemühle Cappuccino Sketchbook … dedicating it to People sketches! I did the 1Week100People. and decided to continue the … Continue reading
Two high school friends watching a horror show! *i told you i’d complete my challenge of 100 peeps!* Robert Oster Heart of Gold… The ink color is as pretty as the sparkly stuff. I know, I am not fond of … Continue reading
The Sacré-Cœur Basilica from a great distance. 20-minutes sketch… Maybe I need to set timers more often. It really loosens me up! To hear about classes, follow me on Facebook or check out my new, improved dkatiepowellart.com “Memory is more … Continue reading
Robert Oster comes in 50ml plastic bottles that are environmentally friendly. They can be tippy, so I usually put them in a more solid container to decant. All my pens fit easily into the bottle opening to fill. I have … Continue reading