I love FW inks..they used to make a color called "Fawn" that was awesome for creating aged manuscript paper but they discontinued it :( Love your Goldfish drawing...i'll have to give that white ink a try sometime! Cheers!
I love the idea of using lots of different papers and paints to create something.
I am going into town tomorrow to buy a date stamp and look for a notebook to be a diary. I shall also buy some ink, I don't need pens as when my husband's uncle died he found a set of nibs and a pen 'base' for them, it must have been bought in the 1940's!
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Thanks so much for sharing your secret tools and your awesome talent! Following your blog encourages me to develop my talent too... I would like to know which pen you are using for the white ink. It is a Koh-i-noor 127N, but I do not find which kind of pen is that. I do not know if I will be able to find something similar in Europe... Thanks again
Hi, I have just discovered your blog through links on others and have spent the last few days looking all the way through it. It is wonderful, very beautiful and inspirational. I just wanted to thank you for the white acrylic ink tip, I am intollerant to latex and have been looking for a safer alternative to masking fluid for my watercolours for ages. Do you mind if I place a link on my blog to yours?
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