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The new “1584 by Hahnemühle” notebook was sent to me for review by Hahnemühle. I am both a fountain pen user and daily journaler, so this journal was a timely gift! I have been happy with all my paper products … Continue reading
Okay those who are followers know that this year and past month have been bad. Usually I do a cheery holiday layout for memories. But what to do when the world is going to crap?. Well. it is my journal, … 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
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
Some of you may know that recently I thought I had lost my favorite travel palette. *heartbroken* Those who have a worn old tool you love will understand… All of it was replaceable, but I wanted my tool that started … Continue reading
AAA Los Angeles was always one of my favorite buildings. It was drawn with a FPR Himalayan with an ultra-flex nib in a smooth Hahnemühle Nostalgie Sketchbook with Robert Oster Graphite ink. I had lots of help smearing this from … Continue reading
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
Pilot Iroshizuku are the most beautiful bottles of any ink I’ve seen… Not as inventive as Akkerman, but stunning… Think Tiffany! To see the ink sloshing in them is exciting! And btw, the inks are beautiful. But more on that … Continue reading
A page ready for journaling… Sometimes that is all I have time for and that is enough. Bear and friends dispense such wisdom. Love that Melon Tea ink. To hear about classes, follow me on Facebook or check out my … Continue reading