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View of the Whatcom Falls, near Bellingham, WA; from an image on Wikipedia. Sketched with a Sailor Fude De Mannen Calligraphy Bamboo Angle 55 Degrees pen with Robert Oster Muddy Swamp ink. The fude nibs have given me nothing but … Continue reading
View of the Larrabee State Park, near Bellingham, WA, from a photo by “Complicated” on Flickr. Doodling in keeping my commitment to a sketch a day, with a Conklin Duragraph w/ 1.1 Stub with Super5 Australia ink. This one started … Continue reading
View of the Sphinx, from a photo by Evalyn Baker. Doodling in keeping my commitment to a sketch a day, with a TWSBI Eco 1.1 with Robert Oster Aussie Brown ink. If you’d like to take our virtual sketchwalks the … Continue reading
View of the river banks near the Valley of the Kings, from a photo by Evalyn Baker. If you’d like to take our virtual sketchwalks the images are posted in this closed facebook group — come join us! To hear … Continue reading
I hate it when I lose my mojo. I’ve been depressed as hell. My usual antidote is to write THAT paint THAT… In other words to use my juices to get through the blues — and if all else fails … Continue reading
It is a pitiful drawing, altogether too cheery, but it was the middle-of-the-night and I had only my watercolor-filled pens. I was horrified about what I’d read in the Oregonian. *yeah i know i should not be reading puter in … Continue reading
New Moon, a day of silence. Sundays I talk about tools, and the biggest tool is our own bodies and hearts and minds. (Why do I think this is so dang funny — oh wait — the English call people … Continue reading