Posts Tagged: Pen and ink

Thoughtful Blobs of Color

As I moved into the second phase of my watercolor doodles project, the process became a bit more challenging. I was still working with blobs of color, but at this stage those blobs became a bit more thoughtful — and

Thoughtful Blobs of Color

As I moved into the second phase of my watercolor doodles project, the process became a bit more challenging. I was still working with blobs of color, but at this stage those blobs became a bit more thoughtful — and

Pen and Ink – Famous Works

As I continue exploring the history of pen and ink, I’m awed by the works of famous artists. For me, at this stage of my art-learning journey, such works are more intimidating than inspiring. First, here’s a self-portrait by Rembrandt.

Pen and Ink – Famous Works

As I continue exploring the history of pen and ink, I’m awed by the works of famous artists. For me, at this stage of my art-learning journey, such works are more intimidating than inspiring. First, here’s a self-portrait by Rembrandt.

Pen and Ink – An Early History

Inktober is in the air! My supplies are on the table, my excitement level is mounting, and I’m counting down the days until the event begins. I would never have thought I would love ink and Inktober so much, but

Pen and Ink – An Early History

Inktober is in the air! My supplies are on the table, my excitement level is mounting, and I’m counting down the days until the event begins. I would never have thought I would love ink and Inktober so much, but

Artist, Know Thyself

“Know thyself.” Those two words have offered good advice ever since some Greek sage uttered them centuries ago. They’re usually attributed to Socrates, but at least a dozen other wise men have been credited with saying them first. But this

Artist, Know Thyself

“Know thyself.” Those two words have offered good advice ever since some Greek sage uttered them centuries ago. They’re usually attributed to Socrates, but at least a dozen other wise men have been credited with saying them first. But this