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Tag Archives: Kamala
There are a lot of things about the Platinum Carbon pen that are just plain stupid — like it doesn’t post (have a place for the cap) but dang this baby just writes and writes, and after all, that is … Continue reading
Gads. I’ve been putting this off long enough. Blankets and stolen sweaters that reminded me of Jai and/or Kamala. Cried through washing them. The clean stack made me cry more. And old throw that was bleached then I tried to … Continue reading
My grief when Jai died was overwhelming. I did not write much or draw him after — I have several starts, unfinished. Maybe I am just ready now to deal with the onslaught of grief that has been happening in … Continue reading
RIP… Okay, you will need a bit more. We had to put her down December 23d because she didn’t respond to any of the meds for overactive thyroid. Her little heart was [pumping to hard, she was becoming more anxious, … Continue reading
When your cat plots to disappear you… Pentalic Aqua Journal, with a Pentalic 2B woodless pencil, Platinum Carbon pen, Lamy Al-Star with De Atramentis Document, Jinhao with Diamine blue, and Sennelier, Holbein, QoR and Daniel Smith watercolors. … Continue reading
All these images are sketched in the Bright Ideas journal. I am trying to sketch faster, draw more without an agenda, and also to play again with colored pencils. I used to work with them as an architect and it … Continue reading