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Tag Archives: Hahnemuhle Nostalgie Sketchbook
Gads I love this ink! I am a huge fan of grey inks, and have never loved a black ink (though I’ve loved them for their waterproof qualities when sketching). This ink is not grey, and is not black… In … Continue reading
Finished my Hahnemühle Nostalgie Sketchbook just before the election. I’ve been slow to post. Sorry there were pages I had to leave out; family members still alive. Who knows if they dip into my blog? I am doing so much … Continue reading
I’ve been asked about my travel palette and here is the primary palette, though I have others, which I’ll talk about later. I have had this basic palette for two years with the exception of adding Da Vinci’s Rose Dore … Continue reading
We had Sunflowers whose stems were not standing up tall. I popped them into smaller vases and spread their cheer throughout the studio. One place was in front of the many-colored Fiesta-ware plates in our studio galley. Middle-of-the-night. To hear … Continue reading
I did more experimentation in this book than any other to date. I also went back to my 40-year-old habit of writing and sketching… Been doing that since boring architectural history classes. I am sorry but had to leave a … Continue reading
So another experiment. I’ve been softening my ink and liquid watercolors by diluting them with water, and decided to see what happened when I used them almost full strength. AAACK! Above, when the full-strength are softened with water… After the … Continue reading