Monday, January 24th, 2011

Daily Arsenal

Stephanie

I love when I see my Twitter friends declare their creative arsenal for the day. (Inspiration!!!) Having moved into another blank Webbie at the beginning of the new year, it’s been my journal of choice and is housed within a leather cover from Gfeller. My selection of writing implements has been widely varied- I’ll sometimes switch in the middle of a writing session and to that I say, “Whatever works! Just keep writing/working.”

Recently used: a Sailor 1911 fountain pen filled with Herbin’s Perle Noire, 2B Palomino pencils, and Uniball Signo 207 gel pens in fun colors like orange & purple. My blank Webbie is also acting as an official art journal so it’s also received treatment from my Neocolor II crayone, black gesso acrylic primer & white gel pens.

What’s in your daily arsenal?


12 thoughts on “Daily Arsenal

  1. I am a multi-hypomanic rhodia writer, so I am currently using my usual N 16 pad holder and graph pad, an ePURE small blank journal, a small Le Carre Rhodia N 148 and a Rhodia Reverse Book in my “arsenal” rotation right now. I am also waiting for an N 14 pad holder and graph pad that UPS should have to me by tomorrow.
    I know it sounds crazy, but each and everyone of them serves a different purpose. Plus I can never wait to start using one until I finish with another. And I just love the way they all look together. I posted a pic to the flickr site at one point but I can’t figure out how to find it again, but my collection has grown immensely.

  2. I am a multi-hypomanic rhodia writer, so I am currently using my usual N 16 pad holder and graph pad, an ePURE small blank journal, a small Le Carre Rhodia N 148 and a Rhodia Reverse Book in my “arsenal” rotation right now. I am also waiting for an N 14 pad holder and graph pad that UPS should have to me by tomorrow.
    I know it sounds crazy, but each and everyone of them serves a different purpose. Plus I can never wait to start using one until I finish with another. And I just love the way they all look together. I posted a pic to the flickr site at one point but I can’t figure out how to find it again, but my collection has grown immensely.

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