My trapezing war wounds.
Ink with a little gouache in a watercolour pocket Moleskine.
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My entry in Anna’s Moleskine for Moly-X13. It’s mostly gouache and some ink. The little cloudy bit on the left was done by the fantastic artist Laura Martin of Spain. Right now the little Moleskine is on its way home to Anna.
To learn more about the Moly-X project, please visit: http://flickr.com/groups/moly_x/
And check out our blog at: http://moleskinex13.blogspot.com/
My self-portrait for the first Moly-X Portrait Exchange.
To see what the fabulous artists of our group are doing, please visit: http://mxportraits1.blogspot.com/
This is my entry in my Moleskine for Moly-X29, part of the International Moleskine Exchange. All artists in Moly-X29 are assigned one colour of the rainbow to work in, mine is violet.
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My entry in Pedro Lucena’s Moleskine for Moly-X24, part of The International Moleskine Exchange. Please visit http://moleskinex24.blogspot.com/ see the work of the other artists and to watch our progress.
To learn more about the project, visit http://www.flickr.com/groups/moly_x/
My entry in my own book for Moleskine Exchange 24.
I used ink, pencil, Copic markers and gouache in a Japanese folding Moleskine.
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My entry into my Moleskine for Moly-X 13, part of an international Moleskine exchange project founded by Marty Harris. (More …)