Never a dull drawing February 28, 2005Posted by eric22222 in General.
February 28, 2005: Oh, wait. I don’t have to do that anymore
I’ve got alot of work to do between now and Wednesday. Excuse my ranting, but alot of people don’t understand the difficulties of making a drawing in ink. When people think of ink, they generally imagine a ball-point pen jotting down some notes. They don’t realize the pain-staking process of opening a pen, carefully filling it with ink, and not letting any ink squirt out when closing it. And then there’s the actual drawing: avoiding ink bleeding, planning out which line to draw next as to avoid crossing a not-yet-dry line, and the erasing of mistakes. Yes, ink can be erased, but you just can’t let the eraser touch anything but the mistake.
I still haven’t gotten the mustard seed group book. I use google local to search for book stores. The stores it finds either: (1) lack a website, (2) won’t let you search for books they carry on their website (3) DON’T EXIST. If anyone knows for sure of a book store that has it, let me know. And hurry: Mustard Seed Group’s in an hour.