Category Archives: drawing paper

Love Story

A stroll together down Pontocho lane at dusk as the lanterns and neon signs start popping on; this is a love story.  The drawing is small in size yet big in heart; a Kyoto dreamscape. Here is the paper I … Continue reading

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Being There

“Being There” refers to the viewer probably more than it does to Katsutomo-san, herself. During the Kyoto photo-shoot on 15th September 2015, I am inspired by what I see.  I grab the image with a camera click. So quick.  Later on, back in my … Continue reading

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A Reflective Moment

When I started to draw “A Reflective Moment” on October 15th, I was full of trepidation. My previous drawing on Velin BFK Rives had fallen through so my confidence was at an all-time low.  For this new drawing I was trying a … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Papers

On the 1st of July I posted Spot the Difference.  In that post I stated my intention to draw the same picture on two different papers so that I could see how each paper compared to its counterpart.  But I got tired of … Continue reading

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