Just trying out some new paper (Archer 300gr), this works great with Noodlers ink, it's abit rougher than my usual paper and with a more whitish hue than Sunders Waterford (my regular paper) but the ink dries faster.
In order to fill out every last page in my watercolor sketchbook, I had to continue a non finished drawing on a spread. I found out that I had used my other pen with not permanent ink that gave one of the handles a little bleed.
Practically nothing has happened to western cutlery since the renaissances, when the fork was introduced. If you want to experience the thrill of eating again why not give our new series a go?
Grand Harvest (fork)
the Plow (knife)
fear of drowning (spoon)
Guaranteed to frighten the most hardened.
One of my first posts was an old dry point with a cow hanging from a Telfer, just to show how far I have moved theme wise in two years spent (in those days I was satisfied with one meager mammal hanging by a thread, now I'm up to three). When I started with this thing I read that it takes about two years of work until a blog gets consolidated, can't say that I feel very consolidated but this thing helped me break away from the game industry.
thanks to the good people at Modofly you now can be the proud owner of a laser etched moleskine sketchbook either with my drawings or some other great artists. Be the envy of all sketch paparazzi and order today!