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Sketching Memories of Our Staycation, 2 Work Happens
Small business owners rarely get to really take time off. You can’t ignore a new client (or they may go elsewhere) and you can’t ignore the absolutely only time for a delivery, in our case. Crater Lake is one of … Continue reading
Posted in art journal, color, drawing, furniture, journal, landscape, making a living, memory, painting, pen & ink, pencil, process, sketchbook, virtual sketching, watercolor Tagged art journal, CCC table, Civilian Conservation Corps, Crater Lake NP, Daniel Smith watercolors, De Atramentis Document ink, Greenleaf & Blueberry Watercolors, grisaille, Holbein, Moleskin Watercolor journal, MPF Conservation, Noodlers ink, object conservation, Pentalic HB woodless pencil, Pentel Pocket Brush Pen, Platinum Carbon pen, QoR watercolors, staycation, Super5 ink, watercolor 4 Comments
Inktober, Week Three
Of course, a lot of my drawings for Inktober were created for my virtual Haight-Ashbury walk. This week, besides finishing that walk, I also had some fun creating the following: The beginning of a post on delivering the Crater Lake … Continue reading
Posted in art journal, challenge, drawing, pen & ink, sketchbook, virtual sketching Tagged #inktober, Aquabee Super Deluxe Journal, art journal, Cat, CCC table, Crater Lake NP, Govinda Jai, Haight-Ashbury, Kamala, Moleskin Watercolor journal, MPF Conservation, Noodlers ink, North Umpqua River, Super5 ink 4 Comments