This is one where the drawing was fine enough, but it missed so much of the background resist pattern that I might as well have not drawn it on anything. I suppose I could “rescue” it by doing a background wash to make the figures show up more. Or maybe it’s fine the way it …
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A Woman’s Worth by Marianne Williamson This book was given to me years ago, and somehow it survived moving house. I felt like I needed something for spiritual nourishment, and went looking for it. Found it on a shelf, untouched for nearly a decade. That’s basically what the book is: spiritual nourishment. It’s not a …
This is another postcard where I sketched the bird on the printed-resist paper and then filled it in with ink later. You can see the script in the magpie’s wing. I used white ink on the white patch on the wing and the neck and tail, but it’s very difficult to tell, which makes me …
This is a slightly-more-successful postcard, even though I don’t like the way the nose worked out. Also, I should have made my sketch lines more sketchy, because you can see the shoulder and hip circles I drew when I was figuring out the proportions. I do like the orange color. I’m quite fond of foxes.