Tag: paperblog

  • American Birds

    Another incredible post over at Firmuhment. Initially, I quickly scanned it but left the tab open so that I could read it again, completely with all of the details. I wasn’t disappointed. Amidst all of the hoopla of Tumblr and Google Buzz, I found this post extremely relevant. It’s about a writer named Lorrie Moore…

  • Rhodia Pad Sizes and Numbers

    Rhodia Drive has a cool list of all the pads that they make, including dimensions and numbers.

  • Paperblog #42

    -Soho Maruman paper 4.9″x6.9″ -Sakura Micron 0.1-0.5 -Tombow ABT felt color pens -Faber-Castell Albrecht-Dürer aquarelle pencils As promised, the paperblog I did yesterday. Today’s paperblog is a lot bigger. I used Soho Maruman 8.5″x13.9″. It’s almost 4 times bigger, but easier to work with for some reason. You don’t feel like you need to cover…

  • Rangic Art

    I just went through my artwork and found a bunch of pieces that I haven’t posted or scanned. I think I’ll do this in the next few days. There are some pieces that aren’t finished. I started working on paperblog #42¹. I couldn’t decide on what size to use. I decided to start small, with…

  • Moleskine Journaling

    Currently, I only have one MS. It’s for watercolors and ink and it’s the normal MS size. It’s got 72 pages. I noticed that new folio-sized watercolor MS have come out, an A4 and an A3. I used to keep journals in cheaper notebooks, but I have tired of the cheap paper (ink and colors…

  • Seed 3 Sketchnotes By Mike Rohde

    Great sketchnotes by Mike Rohde from the Seed 3 conference in a moleskine.

  • Tegaki The Handwritten Blog

    Tegaki is a handwritten blog, through paper, Wacom tablets and other media forms. (via waxy)

  • Reasons Why I Love To Blog

    Blogging has become a part of my life since I started in 2006. I blogged in other ways before in HTML files that were constantly updated from 1998-2003. I wrote this post about my blogging habit. Today, I will go into the reasons why I love blogging. Suplado tagged me with a meme, so here…

  • Things Fall Apart

    I was messing around with a paint brush and ink a few weeks ago and this was the result. I have been researching ways to do some calligraphy. After a few experiments, I decided on using ink dip pens as they get the best result. I’ve seen some typographers and calligraphers working with brushes, but…

  • SXSW Interactive Moleskine Notes

    SXSW interactive Moleskine notes by Mike Rohde.