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Fooling around with cheerful flowers for a handmade card for Mitchell. Doodling while watching British Mysteries… Grabbed some of my shellacked papers to play with, and a dip back into markers and pencils. SPRING IS COMING!!!!!! I swear. Even though … Continue reading
We had a bit of a storm and some blackouts here and I was not able to take progress pics. This beautiful very strange fruit, a Purple Mangosteen, was an experience. Inked in De Atramentis Document brown ink. Brunaille in … Continue reading
I wanted white ink for my fountain pen. I wanted to use a stub nib on a fountain pen for beautiful white writing, and also reduce waste (most of these you toss into the landfill.) I wanted a waterproof ink… … Continue reading
Pentalic Aqua Journal, Platinum Carbon pen with Platinum Carbon ink; Noodler’s Lexington Grey, De Atramentis Document inks; White Uniball Signo pen 153; Sennelier, Holbein, and Daniel Smith watercolors. 1959 Morris Woody Wagon and trailer image used as source found on … Continue reading
I had to work a Pinto into the series! Jantzen Beach Carousel is a series, and this is the fourth in the set. (Below are links to others previously posted.) The many layers, above and below. I think the fish, … Continue reading
One of my favorites, the Floral Horse! Jantzen Beach Carousel is a series, and this is the third in the set. (Below are links to others previously posted.) The many layers, above. Grisaille (pronunciation, taken from the French word for … Continue reading