Archive for the ‘Watercolor’ Category

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Sunday Reads: Pens And Inks By The Dozen

04/22/2018

Saving my tea bags in case there’s a paper shortage…

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Sunday Reads: Pen, Ink, And A Cat

12/24/2017

Dark green ink is a fixture in my kit whether Montblanc Racing Green or Sailor Tokiwa Matsu and it is always in my holiday rotation. This year the latter is in a silver Pilot Metropolitan with a medium nib. Holiday perfection!

Oh, man, I want to sleep like that. Well, except for the twitching tail.

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Sunday Reads: Pens, Umbrellas, And A New Ink

11/26/2017

Pens and inks are great, but nothing beats a courageous critter.

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Sunday Reads: Pens, Hummingbirds, and Elephants

08/14/2017

Elephants and hummingbirds fascinate me so this past week offered some special treats. A watercolor demonstration has inspired me to try painting elephants. It’s way outside my skill level, but fun nevertheless…

Anyone else a sucker for demos?

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Sunday Reads: Coffee, Ebonite, And Vinyls

07/02/2017

Pressing records again? New ebonite pens? Bedding made from coffee grounds? What’ll they think of next!

Waterman’s 54 with Pink Nib

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A Wishlist In Two Minutes

06/18/2017

Do you keep a wishlist? Mine took less than two minutes to compile. No pondering the question. Just a brief, whatever comes to mind list. And darned if it isn’t just right.

Try it the next time you have two minutes to spare. The results might surprise you.

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Sunday Reads: Charity Auction, A Pilot Kakuno, Game of Thrones Pens

05/28/2017

Did you know Captain Kirk used to show horses? I saw him once and he was very good. He is a man of many talents and earns high marks for putting together a silent charity auction of entertainment memorabilia. Perhaps an item or two will interest you…

The Pilot Kakuno has a delightful expression, perfect to brighten any day.

 

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