Tea and tools this wednesday. What I am trying to make is a type of calligraphy pen using a drink can and it worked but not the smoothest of writing tools. My week has been taken up with the online class with Roz Stendhal and drawing animals, tools and anything that sits still.
Absolutely loving Sketchbook Skool. I realise now that the cafe cup was actually much rounder but what the heck. Also added a bit of ephemera to mark the moment. How hard is it to draw a circle? The saucer looks even more lopsided now that it's in blog land.
A number of the online students also did pics of their "tools". So I couldn't resist and here you have a small selection of pencils, pen, mini watercolour pallet and the round thing is actually a sponge that I use to wipe my brush. Should give it a wash occasionally and in case you are wondering, nothing is drawn to scale. I was so pleased they actually look like the items on my desk that I didn't bother with measurements. Of course I have hundreds of pens and pencils and I am becoming a little addicted to creating mini watercolour pallets. A quick look at Pinterest and you get a feel that creating the perfect pallet is a never ending story. Have a lovely woyww and plans to visit lots of desk over the week.