12 Dec 18
The Erasers of James Ville

  THERE ARE NEW ERASERS IN JAMES VILLE!!!                                                                                               […]

12 Dec 18
ciamavel1987 blog

In 1996 is when it became illegal for a minor to buy lighters and rolling papers. This was the Tobacco Accessories Law. A whole bunch of products fell under this 1996 bill making it difficult for those under 18 and under 21 in California and 19 in Alaska to purchase tobacco accessories. Legal age to […]

11 Dec 18

It’s been a while since I used a tablet for an extended period, so I reached out to Samsung for one, and they were happy to send me out the Tab S4, their new high end Tablet, but can it draw em away from my Chromebook? Does it do enough to keep me off my […]

11 Dec 18

When I first starting bullet journaling back in July, I found it very difficult to use it for my personal life, but going to school and having the advantage of a bullet journal is a whole different story. I didn’t exactly start bullet journaling until the beginning of the month, but I found it very […]

11 Dec 18
Good Wife, Wise Mother

Hi fam! Hope your Monday wasn’t too painful. Today, I ended up taking the plunge into bullet journaling. I haven’t really practiced writing or drawing anything fancy by hand in a number of years. As we all know, the digital age means computers and phones are our sidekicks and notebooks have taken the back seat. […]

10 Dec 18
Wanderings in the Labyrinth

Whenever someone links to my blog about something or other, I usually get notified (because that’s how WordPress works, really).  So… it was a pleasure to read Keri Nox’s thoughts on designing and instigating a time-management sigil, especially once I realized that she’d referenced one of my posts about geometry (related to the completion of […]

09 Dec 18
Fire and Air

Once again, cheapie Staedtler graphite is my first great love. 🙂 Very happy to have gotten back into this. It’s not perfect, and I will probably not be able to stop myself from fixing little things about it from time to time until I stop seeing things about it that bug me, but overall, I’m […]

09 Dec 18
Sawari's bliss

Hey gorgeous folks, How are you doing? Hope this finds you in peace. I am writing after a long duration. I had been enjoying my time with family, celebrating Diwali, the festival of lights, going on family vacation and now at my home with my parents. I am carrying a very few supplies and was […]

09 Dec 18
The Art of Designing

This was the last week to complete our design drawing assignment. I used staedtler pencil colours for my zine. I made a 9 scenes story. Sir was discussing with us how to present our work on the review day. He told us that we will have to show all our design process work and we’ll […]

08 Dec 18
Writing and Illustrating

Lorraine Rocha started out studying architecture but quickly realized she wanted to draw more than just floor plans and returned to school to study illustration and animation at San Jose State University. After graduation, she worked at Industrial Light + Magic in the art department, contributing to such films as National Treasure: Book of Secrets, Miracle […]

07 Dec 18
Anthony Wilson

I am delighted to be publishing Deck Shoes, a book of enthusiasms, influences and memoir, with Impress Books, next year. To whet your appetite, here is a sample of a few pieces from the book.     The first pair I tried belonged to my best friend at school, Charlie, when we shared a study […]

06 Dec 18
Fresh Store Shop

Sturdy pressure resistant tip
Water based ink that can be washed out of most textiles
DRY SAFE technology allowing the pen to be left uncapped for days without drying up

06 Dec 18
All About Planners

The Unbound Planner is one of very few planners I’ve come across that has 4 pages to plan each week so I was keen to try it out! Before the pen See my review in this post Related: Unbound Weekly Planner Review After the Pen I kept the weekly overview page for lists, and the 2nd […]