Unbelievable Cactus In Stippling

Now are these cactus unbelievable because no one can believe such cactus exists or because they are unbelievably cool cactus. I love words almost as much as I love drawing and painting and it gives me joy to come up with a title that can have more than one meaning. No doubt though – theseContinue reading “Unbelievable Cactus In Stippling”

A Peculiar Perspective In Insomnia

Artwork – Miya Arts Guauche, Zebra Zensations Calligraphy Pen and Zebra Pen Sarasa Clip Gel Retractable Pen in a Hahnemühle Cappuccino Book. Note: I’ve been extremely disappointed with WordPress Premium and decided not to renew it. It ends today, and I’m not sure when I’ll get the chance to go online, so I apologize forContinue reading “A Peculiar Perspective In Insomnia”

Unicorn Hill

Artwork – Cuttlelola Electric Dotspen and White Uniball Signo Gel Pens in a Hahnemühle Cappuccino Book. I love the rich tones in the Cappuccino Book and it’s perfect for the subtle textures made with a Cuttlelola dotspen. Add a little Uniball Signo white pen and magic happens – or it could just be the unicornContinue reading “Unicorn Hill”

Overgrown Forest for Inktober

Artwork – Cuttlelola Dotspen on Hahnemuhle Nostalgie Postcards Have you been entering the Zebra Pen Zensations Challenge for a chance to win a Zebra Pens prize package worth $250? If not, be sure to scroll down to read all about it! I love stippling – the method of drawing with dots, but it’s hard onContinue reading “Overgrown Forest for Inktober”

Review of the Cuttlelola Dotspen World’s First Electric Drawing pen

Once upon a time, I used to stipple my drawings from start to finish.  If you are unfamiliar with the technique, it’s done by applying dots, dot by dot, onto the paper.  It’s time-consuming, eventually painful, and quite beautiful.  After a year or two, I could no longer use the technique without considerable pain in myContinue reading “Review of the Cuttlelola Dotspen World’s First Electric Drawing pen”