daisyteritwoAnother sketchbook I made but for a special purpose.
I received some free Stonehenge watercolor paper: hot press, cold press and rough press, so I decided to put them in their own sketchbook. That way I can test each one with some small sketches.
I used a cracker box for the covers and painted on the inside of them to complete the look.
One irritating thing was the Stonehenge label that refused to come off the paper but I did get 4 pieces of each sheet to work on so no worries.
Daisy and haiku on the first page:
'Just fooling around
With ink and watercolor
On Stonehenge paper'. #haiku #stonehengepaper. #daisy. #ink. #watercolor
- rpagenhLooking forward to seeing what you do with this paper! My hot press became a palette mixing graph (I don't use or like hp normally), but I'm looking forward to working on the cp.
- jessicaseacrestYay 🙌🏾!
- daisyteritwo@rpagenh I have never used hot press so it will be interesting. Looks like just ink would work well. Like you I'm interested in the CP and rough. I've never used rough either.
- smgettysartI figured you left the label on intentionally to remind you which trial types you used
- daisyteritwo@smgettysart I can tell what type it is by the feel and I put them in order. I was surprised that I couldn't remove them.
- tangoannHow do you get the spiral binding? 🎨
- daisyteritwo@tangoann I have a Zutter Bind-it-all tool which allows me to put any size spiral on. Love it and have used it a long time for many sketchbooks.
- tangoann@daisyteritwo Thanks!
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