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Three weeks in Tuscany yielded two small watercolor moleskines full of drawings done with Tombow brush markers.
Posted on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 at 8:55 pm. Filed under: Journals RSS 2.0 feed.
Beautiful. Even your handwriting is lovely.
I´m preparing for a year with 30 minutes of daily journaling 2011. I´m even blogging about how you and your wonderful books have inspired me doing so. Funniest of all, is that my 12 year old son is joining me since he likes your style as much as I do. Thank you so much for giving us the creative license to follow our passion to draw and doodle.
Danny, I love your work and I find you an inspiration, you have given me the idea to keep a sketchbook when I go on holiday in about 2 months! =]
I would just like to ask; where did you get this watercolour moleskine, as the only ones I can find not vertically bound, and I would really like one!
Thank you, and keep doing what you do!
Dear Danny, I know the joy of sketching while traveling. In China some officials asked to see my sketches and I was so ashamed that I made fun of their spelling in the notes! For your many fans, I have enjoyed the little
reminders of ticket stubs, train passes .and other things I taped to the pages. Fun to look at a later time. Your joy is in all the pages. Thank you, Gayle
Your journals are so lovely, I love to keep journals myself. I love the little photos you stick in, what camera do you use for that?
Your journal gives me a lot of inspirations and thanks for sharing it. I bought your book “An Illustrated Life” 1.5 years ago and read it from time to time. I really look forward to completion on my first journal!
Dear Danny, I have just discovered your tuscany moleskine. Just fantastic. I am also very happy to own your latest published book. Congratulations on your work.
May I ask you where you have bought the rubber stamps (Capital and small letters you used for example in the Heading “tHE DuOMo” in Tuscany moleskine).
Thank you very much in advance for your answer.
Best wishes from Switzerland
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