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Tag Archives: Pentalic Aqua Journal
Finally I’m hopeful that I will get the PT necessary to put my back together the way it was before the terrible terrible Dr. Im (Kaiser Permanente) cut my ureter in a routine kidney stone procedure and laid me out … Continue reading
Brave, definitely squirrelly behavior stealing and running madly for his life! Dan Antion caught him in action! Inked the sketch, masked areas, laid down grisaille, added various other inks, and then watercolors. ☾ Pentalic Aqua Journal, with a Pentalic 2B … Continue reading
Dan Antion provided a compelling image for middle of the night insomnia painting. I love his peeking-at-you sheep. Next to the bed, I had two mark-making items and frankly it was pretty cold, and I didn’t want to get out … Continue reading
Okay, not Cheryl‘s pet turtles but she fed them and they recognized a kindred spirit! Inked (with a healthy splat) then painted with grisaille, followed by watercolors. ☾ Pentalic Aqua Journal, with a Pentalic 2B woodless pencil, Fineline Masking Fluid, … Continue reading
Shared the before picture of Sammy on Karla’s chair yesterday… We (MPF Conservation) took the lovely old chair apart, repaired the frame joints, rebuilt the innards using the original parts, and reupholstered it in the loveliest fabric. Sammy was not … Continue reading
Sammy is allowed to curl into the chairs from cat lovers before we begin restoration (with permission from cat-loving clients). They travel back and forth from home to studio depending upon what is in the studio. This is Karla’s before … Continue reading