Moleskine Redux

“That is why it is so important to let certain things go. To release them. To cut loose. People need to understand that no one is playing with marked cards; sometimes we win and sometimes we lose. Don't expect to get anything back, don't expect recognition for your efforts, don't expect your genius to be discovered or your love to be understood. Complete the circle. Not out of pride, inability or arrogance, but simply because whatever it is no longer fits in your life. Close the door, change the record, clean the house, get rid of the dust. Stop being who you were and become who you are.”
Paulo Coelho


Puppets in B, 2B and 3B lead.

A Pink Floyd album cover?

Beach umbrellas. 

A4 watercolor moleskine, pencil, watercolor, gouache

Continuing to explore off-kilter, imperfect patterns and designs in the Moleskine Watercolor A4 Journal. I'm doing similar stuff in the handmade journal called the Play Journal, and I'm dividing up the posts for future reference. I wanted to mention that I like to use watercolor Moleskine journals for watercolor, goache and/or ink. But I don't use them for acrylics or collage - for that I use a less expensive alternative. Here's the first post about this journal, with more pages.