Welcome to Day Three of my review of the Clearprint Vellum field book. The bulk of the review can be found on Day One. Each day the rest of this week, I’m reviewing a page done in the same book using a different medium.
Fountain pens on Clearprint Vellum
Today I’m sharing a piece that I drew using fountain pens, a medium notorious for bleeding through the page, smearing and feathering.
Tomorrow I’ll share a page done with watercolor and decoupage! I hope you’ll join me!
You can skip this part if you’ve already read it: Earlier this year, I participated in Clearprint’s Cross-Country project. It is a fantastic deal. You let them know you want to join up, and they send you TWO of their Vellum field books. In one, you do a work of art, using whatever medium you desire, and within a week you send that book back to them. The second book is yours to keep! Forever!
Additionally, your artwork is uploaded to the Cross-Country gallery, and featured on the Clearprint Facebook page. I’ve been told the project will continue as long as there are pages left in the Cross-Country book, so you still have time to sign up!