Black Uniball pen and muted watercolors in my Hobonichi planner. Random explorations with color and line.
There is a sense of play that mark making provides. It frees up expectations and allows the hand and mind to wander together on a page.
New prints and art journal cards now listed in the Etsy shop. I tried to select some of the most popular images from my sketchbooks and art projects.
I am still trying to find the best solution for listing these on Etsy. They charge a fee for each listed item, so it gets expensive for me to list all these individually—if you wish to create a different set of 6, please send me a message and we can arrange a custom package for you.
Thank you to the customers that have placed orders already this week. You are awesome! 😊
I love using watercolors in my lettering projects. In this video, I’m filling up my nib with Daniel Smith watercolors and practicing some Uncial in my Hobonichi.
It’s worth the extra effort of continuous paint loading; I am able to mix up any color I want. Speedball C-3 nib in a straight holder.
I need to find a better posting schedule for my blog. I have so many daily art projects happening and a large amount of work each week that I could post and discuss here. Fitting in weekly blog posts hasn’t been my best skill set these past two months.
I was happy to find this app by Diptic that allows me to create a collection of pages for viewing that will help me get caught up with sharing the latest art pages. Have a wonderful Friday and weekend!
Art journaling exotic and familiar fruits
For the month of May, I joined up with a group of Instagram artists to illustrate fruits for each day in our Hobonichi notebooks. Some of these fruits were very new to me, and so I was happy, that along with an artistic prompt benefit, there was an educational perk as well. Now I have several fruits that I am determined to find so I can sample all the delicious qualities that other people have been chatting about on my Instagram feed.
I chose to keep it fairly simple with watercolors, ink, and graphite. And so far, I am happy to say I have kept up with this project. Thirty-one days seems like a more manageable timeline for endurance as compared to the 100 day challenge that admittedly took more tenacity. So… here are my fruity offering so far…