I was hoping the tree outside my window would show some change from January to February. As I compare it to January, I don’t see much of a difference. The tree is still in resting mode.
How to Use Your Symbols Pictures, abstract symbols, materials and colors and among the ingredients with which a designer or engineer works. To design is to discover relationships and to make arrangements among theses ingredients.” ~ Paul Rand You found your symbols, you have them organized and now it’s time to figure out how to use […]
Watercolor and art journaling works well together. It’s extremely portable and yields colorful results. I made this image while half-sitting, half-reclining on the sofa with a toothache. It’s a holiday weekend so I have to wait for the dentist office to open in a couple of days. I have enough energy to work in an art […]
How to Store Your Symbols Pictures have a lot more power than text. Text is just a bunch of little symbols, You actually have to read it and imagine it and even that can be censored. With pictures it’s a lot more immediate.” ~ Robert Crumb Now that you know what your symbols are you […]
The Graphik line painter pens from Derwent are a lot of fun. The colors are bright and the paint flows out of the Graphik pens without any problems. The reviews on the Blick Art Store’s website only rate them as 3.5 out of 5. Customers complain about the pens leaking but I do not have […]