Above: A Pentel Brush Pen of Swatch on Project Runway. Background texture—metallic stamp ink and stenciling. 8.25 x 11.75 inch Hahnemühle Nostalgie Sketchbook. Click on the image to view an enlargement—and look closely at the top eye, you can see Swatch looking.
After avoiding Dick's cold germs for about 10 days they caught up with me on Friday night. I didn't have time to proof today's previously scheduled post so here's something festive.
I have been making textures for one of my classes and trying to keep up with my journaling page quota so I can finish my working journals before the end of the year (something I think is not necessary, but it's tidy, and I usually manage). So I grabbed my journal and started drawing with the Pentel Brush Pen (pigment ink, squeezy gray barrel) when Swatch came on the screen. It's a quick sketch but I had to stop the show, because he was on screen for a flash. I miss having dogs about the house—melding into the floor as they sleep, keeping that one cognizant eye always slightly open.
I just love the Nostalgie paper more and more every day, every time I pick up the brush pen.
More posts later this week when I'm able to proofread.