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Costume Drama

“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players; They all have their exits and entrances…” Oh the joy, the joy, of costume drama in Kyoto. ____________________________________________________________ A note about paper:  I drew “Costume Drama” on … Continue reading

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Her First Day

In March 2013 I took a series of photos of Kiyono-san during her misedashi.  Over two years later I have finally made a drawing from that day. So what is a misedashi?  It is the very first day that a … Continue reading

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Amethyst

Did I say I was going to draw this twice?  I promised I would draw it on two different papers in my last post Spot the Difference. What came to pass was that I finished the drawing on the Velin BFK … Continue reading

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Spot the Difference

I have not used my new paper, Velin BFK Rives, very much yet.  After two drawings which succeeded, I fell off my horse (so to speak) with the one below. Though I may have sounded gung ho in my post … Continue reading

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Bliss

Matthew came up with the word “Bliss” when we were discussing my latest drawing.   I pounced on it – as a perfect title.  What could “Bliss” be referring to?  Perhaps marital bliss or the artist’s bliss (at witnessing and then drawing this scene).  Or it could be … Continue reading

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