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    Saturday
    Dec192009

    Mandalas Galore

    "It is not so much our friends' help that helps us,
    as the confidence of their help."
    ~ Epicurus

    Several days of mandalas in a 5x8" watercolor moleskine, in PITT pen S and XS nib.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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    Reader Comments (3)

    Oh... you've inspired me! I did pen-and-ink drawings all through my teens and adulthood and haven't done it for years. Now I know what to do with that leather-bound moleskine I for which I have been seeking a purpose!

    12.20.2009 | Unregistered CommenterAlphabetania

    I've just stumbled across your blog via a Flickr photo, one from NaNoJouMo and I just know I'm going to love it - I already added it to my reader. Your series on "getting you into your art" looks AWESOME.

    Thanks for great juicy content! And fantastic art!

    12.20.2009 | Unregistered CommenterBetsi Goutal

    *Alphabetania, It was nice to meet you on Twitter! Thrilled that you've found a project for your moleskine journal. Have fun playing!

    *Betsi, It's nice to meet you! Did you do NaNoJouMo as well? It was a blast, I haven't done that much art in one month since... well ever! It was fun to focus just on "doing art" with that as the only goal.

    Happy New Year!!!
    ~Tammy

    12.20.2009 | Registered Commentergypsy

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