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I always thought I’d be finishing this with watercolors, but this year has been a doozy and so I am finally choosing to publish the inked drawings of a lovely walk with Virtual Sketchwalk. We walked all over Taos and … Continue reading
I’m finishing a sketchbook from the Sketchpack Project this year… As it was all about pen and inks, seems a good fit to finish Inktober! Update from the time I wrote this about it leaking… I had turned it into … Continue reading
Mitchell always celebrates our happenings and events — As do I, never forgetting, finding ways even if money is tight! Cards from the cats (how do they get out to shop?), silly things that make each feel known to the … Continue reading
In preparation for Inktober, I am reviewing inks. As always, these posts are about my relationship with inks, and is not definitive. *peeps, a bit of advice, especially if you are not made of money and have to budget: look … Continue reading
We get such interesting projects in the studio. These pocket-sized Chinese Lion Guards were beautiful after treatment. I drew her in De Atramentis Document Brown ink. After grisaille work in Lexington Grey ink, I began layering watercolors. Posting images taken … Continue reading
My mom’s copper sun hanging in my finish room. Trying a different route, waterproof inks building them up. Lexington Grey above… Brown inks added, De Atramentis Document Brown and something I mixed up in a waterbrush! Finally, watercolors added. And … Continue reading