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detail from journal page

collage with Portfolio watersoluble crayon and dip pen with India ink in composition book

31 December 2007


This is just a detail, showing how India ink covers watersoluble crayon. The uneven ink is due to operator error. I was writing quickly and being careless.


One fringe benefit to writing on crayon is that the ink, which is otherwise permanent, will wipe away pretty well if you make a mistake, as long as you catch it while it's still wet. A baby wipe works well for this, but I would think a wet napkin or tissue would do the trick, too. (Don't ask me how I know this!)


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