making a snowball



Snow holiday, for the second day in a row. And so far, we also have a two-hour school delay tomorrow, because of bad road conditions and significant wind chills expected. That could turn into another holiday, which the children wouldn't mind.


Very nice - an original way to attack the subject!

People! I love it. You have a wonderful sense of composition too.

Wow -- what a surprise!

Elizabeth -- If I may ask, how big is the book you use? How many pages are in a book? What kind of paper is it? Thanks for sharing your excellent work evry day -- very inspiring indeed!

I love the perspective on this! And such a cute pose.

I don't think I have ever seen snow captured so expertly and simply - just perfect (and I know Snow ( New England style)

Great viewpoint! I can feel the cold and that bundled up feeling. Hope you're staying warm.

Thank you all.

Richard - my handbound sketchbooks are about the size of a small Moleskine notebook, and the paper is Lenox 100. I bind just enough pages for a month, and then change books. I have more details on materials in this post from the archives:



my work elsewhere:

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