‘It’s cold,’ I said.
‘And dark,’ said Pudgy Horse.
‘But,’ I added, cautiously, ‘there are those tiny points of light in the distance.’
‘Let us keep walking, then,’ said Pudgy.
I’ve updated my biography page. Most of it is just by-the-by; but I would like to draw attention to the last paragraphs, which I hope should clarify a few important things for those not yet aware. The highlighted words are linked on the page itself.
There is considerable contextual information concerning them which I may or not not write about one day, but I felt this was simplest for now. 🙂
I’ve been invited by Gerald Kelley to share my own #CreativeWeaponsOfChoice. I would have usually just taken a picture of my work desk, but it’s undergoing an upheaval at present and I’ve moved to work in the living room; so instead, I’ve gathered together my most frequently used materials for a picture. I’m sorry about the poor light, it’s been dismally grey here for days.
Chinese ink, Winsor & Newton and Holbein watercolours, W&N gouache, Daler Rowney FW acrylic inks, Doctor Ph. Martin’s watercolour inks, Noodler’s ink, Derwent pencils of various ranges (mostly Drawing and Coloursoft as well as tinted charcoals), sepia powder, and most recently for my current project, Turner’s acrylic gouache. I also use Kuretake Japanese watercolours and Marie’s Chinese watercolours, though there wasn’t room for them here! Many readers already know from the many progress pictures I’ve shared that I use mostly Chinese brushes (to draw with as well as paint) and a few ‘western’ sables. I use mostly Saunders Waterford and Arches watercolour papers. For drawing, I love using tinted papers, besides my Moleskine sketchbook.