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Fast ink sketch of Rosh Chodesh, the first night we saw the crescent moon. All those colors came out of Robert Oster Thunderstorm ink! I am still finding the ink to have a life of it’s own… so the idea … Continue reading
This is my third Krishna ink: my first two were Krishna colors (the Indian God of Love and Compassion), which is appropriate for the name of the ink! *I will review them later!* Krishna Green Ghat ink is my favorite … Continue reading
A FPR mufti pen with an ultraflex nib drew my squirrely friend (a tea infuser — shouldn’t everything be this delightful?) in Krishna Green Ghat ink; a waterbrush touched the lines selectively and added color from the nib. I was … Continue reading
Pilot Iroshizuku are the most beautiful bottles of any ink I’ve seen… Not as inventive as Akkerman, but stunning… Think Tiffany! To see the ink sloshing in them is exciting! And btw, the inks are beautiful. But more on that … Continue reading
Paris walk in Virtual Sketchwalk… this image from Joyce Harbin Cole. As I remember Paris, colorful and crowded in an intimate way. Ink painting… I am loving using inks in my sketchbook! Quick, not thinking too much, middle-of-the-night. To hear … Continue reading
Paris walk in Virtual Sketchwalk… this image from Joyce Harbin Cole. I saw the Centre Pompidou just after it opened. Parisians were protesting the building, calling it ugly, but also protesting that they had moved many small museums into this … Continue reading