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In Context—Just for the Fun of Feeling the Paper

I was having so much fun with this sketch on real watercolor paper, that I forgot to write down the date and time on the page! That’s a lot of fun. I started working late one night in one of the 9 x 11 inch watercolor journals I bound last fall. It contains Fabriano Artistico […]

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.

Protected: 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."

Protected: Hanging Out with Carl Too

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This quick brush pen sketch with an acrylic marker background allowed me to assess a new type of illustration board in under 5 minutes. (6 x 9 inches)

Protected: Two Reasons to Work in a Series

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Pentel Brush Pens—Duo Point and the Duo Point Flex

Above: Sketches of Carl Too, who is smaller than Carl, using the two Pentel Pens I’m looking at today. The sketch on the verso page is with the Duo Point and the sketch on the recto page is with the Duo Point Flex. You can click on the image to view an enlargement, and you’ll […]

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