Tag Archives: sketchbook
Check out my first short story fiction publication, “The Future of Food Service” in the first issue of Whatever Keeps the Lights On. It’s very exciting to see my fiction find a home. I’m making progress on the acrylic pour paintings. And I’ve been making sketches for my psychologist project, as well as paneling and …
My sketchbook for The Sketchbook Project is available digitally. Check it out here.
I will do my best to make a doodle a day and fill my sketchbooks. The goal: 365 days. 4 down. Check out Theresa Williams’ doodles here.
Since this has been the year of art, I’ve been organizing my studio, including my art supplies. I have 35 sketchbooks that I would like to fill by the end of the year. –3 marker pads –9 watercolor pads –6 charcoal pads –15 for sketching –2 for projects
I have decided to participate in The Sketchbook Project. My sketchbook has arrived in the mail, and now I’m working on what story I want to tell and illustrate. If you’re interested in participating, click here for more information.
This year I’m using a sketchbook for my NaNo novel, and I’ll be using a fountain pen. Every week I’ll track how much ink I’ve used. I’m starting a new bottle of Waterman‘s South Sea Blue with the fountain pen I bought from Pens and More.
Volume 11 is complete. It was the first journal to have blank pages. Sketchbooks are awesome writing journals.