Friday, November 20, 2009
Myndology Bare - currently in use as a project book. The Bare paper is fountain pen friendly and I love having the ability to move the pages around.
Small Rhodia Meeting Book - currently in use for all my Rhodia Drive notes, ideas and suggestions. This is one my all-time favorite products. Love the size, the FP friendly paper, and the layout.
Large US made 90g Rhodia Webbie. Love the smooth off-white FP friendly paper. I am nearly finished with this one... What journal will I pick next?
Apica Exist - my mantra journal. When learning a new mantra, I write in 108 times in this notebook.
Canson Universal Sketch Pad - one of my old time regulars, I've filled several of these and am almost finished with this one. The Clairefontaine sketch I love for it's off white paper.
Fabriano Artist Journals - three of these are currently in use, but I gave the 4th away. (I didn't like the one with colored pages) The large one is almost all mandalas and is maybe halfway filled. The small one and the square also have more than a few mandalas in them but are barely a 1/4 of the way full. (I like the large size best.)
Large lined Moleskine - it's my "list book." I like to use it for remembering things throughout my life in list form. People's names from school, songs from my roller skating days...
Cachet Linen covered watercolor books - I have three of these in use right now. 2 of the larger and one small and each is almost full. I like to use them for pen and ink drawing as much as I do watercolors.
Blank Exacompta Sketchbook with Maderia cover. Love, Love, Love this book for drawing, painting... it's laid paper is fantastic!
Strathmore Field Book with black paper. Love drawing on black paper, but this paper is not my favorite. I like the Canson Mi Tientes better but it doesn't come in a book like this. (I should make my own because you can buy that Canson paper in large sheets.)
Clairefontaine Clothbound Basics - in use for testing J. Herbin Fountain Pen Inks
Paperblanks Smyth Sewn Journal in use for testing Diamine Fountain Pen Inks.
And that's about all I can come up with for the moment. You can laugh if you want to. I know I have a problem... after all, Biff Loves Paper!