Tag Archives: Tombow pens

Back to Architecture: Chiesa di Ognissanti, Italy

Chiesa di Ognissanti, Florence, Italy.  I wanted to draw something comforting last night, and pulled out images from Italy.  This is comforting to me — portraits are NOT! This is the “doodle” I did to understand the building relationships. Understanding … Continue reading

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N is for Nicolaides: A-to-Z Challenge

Continuing on with the technique I learned from Gwenn Seemel, I am still very uncomfortable and yet excited by it.  I get lost in it.  It allows me to SEE better –through my fingers attached to a pen — or to … Continue reading

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D is for Drawing Pens: A-to-Z Challenge

My favorite drawing pens are Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pens, shown right as the top three pens with their caps off.  I love them because they are wonderfully waterproofed India ink, and work best of all the pens on shellacked … Continue reading

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#29faces: Week Three Humpday Post

Starting off with #10, I hate pastels, and was trying them for a class.  I was to do faces, but I didn’t want to have to combat pastels and faces.  Finally, Lorraine Rigby did such a cool face in the … Continue reading

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