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Part 18: Inchcock's True Tales of Woe - His first angling match

Inchcock’s first Angling Match

I had joined the local pub’s angling club (The Gladstone), and was on my first match. It was on the Yorkshire Derwent. 670 more words


Look Alice in the Eye

this week my artist-friend in ireland decided to chose the theme “close-up” as challenge theme. meaning, take a photo.. enlarge it.. then paint what you see…. 246 more words

Travel Journal Tip No. 4: Using a 9B Pencil & Blending Stump

When I travel the three items I must have besides my sketchbook are a Derwent 9B pencil, pencil sharpener and a blending stump. I use these items to do a quick sketch technique I learned from David Rankin’s outstanding book… 840 more words


What's the best everyday pencil?

This was one of the first posts I wanted to write when I started this blog, and 7 months later – here I am!

It took a bit of time to get a collection together in order to hopefully answer this question. 994 more words


I've Always Wanted to Make One of These....

and I fnished it!

Two coats of Scotchguard and I’m ready to pack it up with my tangling supplies.  I ended up using two Pentel Gel Roller for Fabric pens.   67 more words


Red Lemur

This piece is entirely in Derwent Coloursoft pencils and took me around 9 hours. It’s a little bit smaller than A4 in size and I am selling it for £75 or $130 as it was a lot of hard work and I had to pay close attention to detail.