Another Look at the Texture on Gutenberg

November 13, 2012

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121019AdamScottLeft: Sketch of Adam Scott from "Parks and Recreation" on Gutenberg paper with a Faber-Castell Pitt Artist's Calligraphy pen. (6 x 8 inch approx. journal page.)

I think this sketch shows the fun you can have with this paper and pens, letting the pen skip over the texure of the paper. You can also get more solid lines if you want to use a little more pressure. All in all it's a fun paper to use for sketching.

And "Parks and Recreation" is a great show—consistently hilarious with a brilliant ensemble cast that keeps digging deep into areas that just make me gasp—in a recent Halloween outing Andy and Ron have to bargain with princesses; and you sure wouldn't want to miss Leslie's sex-ed lecture to retirees!

I can't stop laughing long enough to type any more. Why aren't you watching this show?! 

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