I didn’t realize how much a perfectionist I was until I did this image.
I don’t like it. I did this because I don’t know how to draw with shapes in Gimp. So, I used Paint. It’s times like this that I miss my tablet. I miss the movement of drawing that the tablet simulates even though I’m stll not used to the feel on the surface.
That tension is how I choose pens for daily use. The paper in my journal suits the pen I use, a Pilot Precise V5. It’s too fine to use on paper with any real tooth to it. For drawing paper, as an example, the V7–which is way too heavy for the journal paper–makes a line similar to the finer pen on smoother paper.
My journals? Miquelrius, a Spanish brand. I originally found them at Barnes and Noble. Then, I guess the Moleskine popularity suggested they market themselves directly. Now, they can be found online in all their variety. I prefer the red covers for some reason. Love the weight of the volume. Don’t know how many pages, but I expect 300.
I’ve been lazing about for the last couple of days, having a couple of extra days off work. I have also been doing some preparatory work for future lessons, so get your tools ready. We’re coming up to story pretty soon!
OH, before I forget… A doodler to add to the rolls: Doodlage. Her site is dedicated to doodling of all kinds with some amazing collections.