Sunday, November 09, 2008

Week 45


Another week gone by, and a sepia pen gave up on me already on the first half of this spread.

With this, the sketchbook is full. Oh joy, now I can go choose a new one! I have a few waiting... :)

26 x 12,5 cm, Deleter Neopiko fineliners on Fabriano Artistico hot press paper.

13 comments:

winna said...

I am just overwhelmed with your work and love to look it over and over. It seems all are depicted in an extrodinary way... The sepia pens I have had a while and plan to try a page soon. Do you have writings that go with each spread in your journal? Or a book out?

Cathy (Kate) Johnson said...

It's LOVELY, Nina, I really enjoy this new series. Of course I enjoy ALL your journaling...

Margaret Ann said...

Another beautiful spread from that creative little mind of yours..and WooHoo on a completed book! :)

Ann said...

What fun to begin a new journal! These pages are brilliant, I am in awe.

freebird said...

It's another great page. I've fallen a bit behind - okay I fell by the wayside. I started catching up today with a new spread. I hope to have it done soon. At least the guilt keeps me striving to try again.

Have fun on that first clean page of your new journal!

Monette Satterfield said...

I am enjoying following these page spreads. I like the one element of a differnt color in this one.

Xavier said...

Superb! Very beautiful environment, I like much.

josé louro said...

The hatchings are brilhant.

Chris said...

Oh, my. I found you through the Maruman project, and your work is incredible. I love it. I aspire to something like it. I'm glad I found your place.

Deborah Ross said...

Hi Nina, I admire your beautiful work and I wanted you to know I mentioned you in my blog post tonight.

Inger C said...

Hej Nina,
Vi är några som är sugna på att vara med på SketchCrawl i Stockholm nästa gång. Har ni lust att slå er ihop med oss? Det vore kul om vi kunde bli några stycken :)
Fick ett mejl idag att det är 10januari nästa gång.
Hälsningar
Carina
(från HelloCraftLovers)

stupot said...

these would make great bank notes! wonderful stuff as ever.

purplepaint said...

This is awesome! Love all the detail!