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bonehunters at work

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Another weekend visit to the Bonehunters' Quarry, and another bit of time spent watching children carefully scraping sand from bones. This time I tried to sketch as many different children as I could - they each dig differently.

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I have been enjoying your daily drawings. I was wondering what pen you use that allows you to paint over so nicely.
Lydia

Posted by: Lydia Velarde at November 13, 2006 12:45 PM

I use a fountain pen - the key is the ink. Noodler's Ink makes a permanent black ink that is safe for fountain pens. You can find it at http://pendemonium.com/. (For other notes on my materials, feel free to visit http://www.elizabethperry.com/woolgathering/archives/001484.html, where I wrote a post about what I use from one day to another.)

Thanks for asking, and for visiting the site!

Posted by: Elizabeth at November 13, 2006 01:05 PM
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