Author Archives: Justine Limpus Parish
Quick trip to San Diego. Balmy weather, quick storm one night, great sunsets the next Tombow pens and Waterbrush on small watercolor pad. Advertisements
KETCHIKAN CREEK ST This is my process for creating these quick color sketches. Most take me around 45 min. I rough in with light pencil for composition. Then I draw in architectural elements with a fine point waterproof pen (sharpie, … Continue reading
Juneau in the mist. Tombow pens and Waterbrush. The last one is the view of our ship in the harbor from the tram going up the mountain.
I saw a number of very interesting vintage sewing machines. The machine below is a very old Singer treadle machine. I am guessing 1920s. The Vancouver Museum of History This one is a very old walking foot Singer for … Continue reading
Part of travelling is of course EATING…and drinking…on board ship….the BUFFET and of course CRAB …the left-overs…and a CRAB BLOODY MARY – at Ice Strait Point Back in Vancouver….I with my glass of wine and Tom with his beer. And now … Continue reading
Lots of information here that I collected from our trip. A couple of sources: Juneau, Icy Strait Point & Hoonah, Ketchikan, Vancouver museums. Totems are actually Genealogy statements, not religious icons. Adze – a cutting tool somewhat like an axe … Continue reading
Tombow pens and waterbrushCruising the inside passage Final spectacular sunset at sea