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It is such fun to try handmade paints… I ordered just a couple of colors from JazperStar and PfeifferArt. I played with two colors on Hahnemühle post cards… Jazper’s Cortillion is the star, oozing with color! (BTW, if he doesn’t … Continue reading
Lover’s Day is coming…. I’m practicing my hearts… I find my ideas evolve if I just play, and I loosen up as I play! These are all on Hahnemühle post cards… I started the way all my doodles start… The … Continue reading
I can’t get enough of these crazy Hahnemühle Post Cards. I am so swamped with deadlines right now I barely have time to make marks, but I have a stack of these next to my bed in a tin … Continue reading
Aaack. Behind. I hate it when that happens. Heart Sutra Vietnamese Buddha + Scarab Moon Transformation Primordial Sound Japanese Paper Heart Ganesha ABOUT SKETCHPACK PROJECT: The project began in 2011 to get folks to draw daily. The sketchpack is a … Continue reading
I sketched these in the Bright Ideas journal, and have begun to pick up whatever color ink I want to use. Rules are meant to be broken! We didn’t have a lot of money but Christmas was always a lot … Continue reading
I sketched these in the Bright Ideas journal. I had to use Freshly Minted Suggestions for the best designed bottle cap opener thangy ever! If you don’t have one of these 50+-year-old gadgets then you haven’t lived. And the memories … Continue reading