|Brave Benny and the Owl|
watercolor and Faber-Castell and Micron artists pens
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|Dragon tears collab for Steve Spetseris|
watercolor and sakura gel pen
white-line print, watercolor
pocket item for Preston
These are my last two pieces in Preston's Moleskine. The first is for the Brave Benny Book I am doing for my grandkids (and Also for Andrea, even though it's in Preston;s Mole), the second is a collaboration for Steve Spetseris--Steve feel free to manipulate or paint over any part you'd like. The third is a white-line print. My first ever. It is for Preston's pocket. I am concerned because there is absolutely NOTHING in Preston's pocket--I thought we were each supposed to leave some small gift for the owner of the Mole in the pocket.
A little history of the white line print. I took a workshop. The workshop was three hours long, during which time I made the design and then carved the woodblock and began the printing process. It took 2 more 3-hour sessions to complete the print. It's a slow process.
The White-line print, also called the Provincetown Print, is described here and also in many other online posts, if you are interested in learning more about it.