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In Context—Playing Catch Up

  I’ve been offline for five days and it seems like I’ve forgotten everything about the computer and the programs I work in. I’m playing catch-up and a post here was on the top of the list. It has been a difficult month physically for me: increased vision difficulties and a back spasm that made […]

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Papers Influence Your Ink Wash

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In Context—Just for the Fun of Feeling the Paper

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Roz Wound Up Is Ten Years Old

Today I’ve been blogging for 10 years. October 9, 2008 I put my first Roz Wound Up post, You can read my first post at this link. I started with a product review and I’ve been reviewing products (99.9 percent of which I purchase; but I’ll always disclose if something has been sent to me) ever […]

The large, about 9 x 11 inch Japanese Lined Journal that I love to sketch in with the Pentel Brush Pen and Acrylic Markers. Carl Too is standing around watching the paper dry.

What’s on the Table?—The Curl of the Paper

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A quick sketch of Carl Too using a dried out Sakura Pigma FB (fine brush point) pen on an extremely long piece of Stonehenge (12 x 6 inches. There is something really fun about sketching with a pen that is drying out, a sort of race. But also a license to scribble.

Housekeeping on Roz Wound Up

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Carl Too and I have been hanging out. Gert is a little fragile these days for modeling, and I needed a model I could rely on as "comfort level."

Hanging Out with Carl Too

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