pam gave me this board sketchbook a few playdates back. i might have grunted when she gave it to me, certain i would never use it. but i got it out the other day and decided to splash some watercolors around to see what how the watercolor boards held up. the book is composed of 16 stiff "boards." i call it the posterboard sketchbook because i don't know what else to call it. speaking of which, don't be impressed at the sign on the front, "sketchbook no. 24". this is NOT my 24th sketchbook. it just means in over a decade i have managed to keep track of 24 visual journals (and sketchbooks combined, of which perhaps half a dozen are of the sketch variety. sketchbook, visual journal, art journal, junk journal, yadda yadda yadda. who gives a hoot whatcha call it? my travel journals don't even get numbers. grunt. snort.
here's what's inside. watercolory flowers. remember when i showed the tutorial from yao cheng way back when? she's good. so is pam making her own version. since i wouldn't know an original idea if it smacked me upside my head i decided to follow suit and copy both of them.
holy hellz bellz it was fun. occasionally having fun is funner than being original and making avante-garde masterpieces which is my usual custom.
i hope your crunching on a giant salt lick while you read this post.
i don't know the name of the board sketchbook and you don't need another art supply anyway.
but if you would have brought over the peach cobbler like i requested last week, i would have let you get splashy on one of my boards. would too!