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Magic! Remember when you believed in magic! I did, then I didn’t — there were explanations for everything and it was all very scientific. Then, like the Buddhist saying, “Mountain, no mountain, mountain,” I found magic again… but that is … Continue reading
In our Virtual Sketchwalk group we are walking Disneyland — and many of the pics I found are from the Orange County archives from 1959. For me, Disneyland has many phases of memories. In grades 7-12 in So cal, if … Continue reading
Still working with strange colors that has oddities from not-my-favorite palette! Opaque watercolors, and I have issues with those. Still I like! I may try out the darker Burnt Tiger Eye (brown) I used here! To hear about classes, follow … Continue reading
Elizabeth Muether shared some fun images to the Virtual Sketchwalk group this month! Loved this one…I lost my favorite travel palette, and pulled a strange palette that has oddities and worked with them for this image… some opaque watercolors, and … Continue reading
I sketched our tax gal… pretty good likeness! Edison Nouveau 1.1 stub nib with Pilot Kiri-same ink I am working in the Hahnemühle Cappuccino Sketchbook … dedicating it to People sketches! I did the 1Week100People. and decided to continue the … Continue reading
Two high school friends watching a horror show! *i told you i’d complete my challenge of 100 peeps!* Robert Oster Heart of Gold… The ink color is as pretty as the sparkly stuff. I know, I am not fond of … Continue reading