Still (life) in the pizzeria . . .

Strange that I’ve gone back to using the pen I used in my first Moleskines -over 8 years ago!  It’s very versatile- good for writing and drawing and the density of the black works on the creamy Moleskine paper.

By Rowland Jones

Jones spends his time writing & performing his songs, writing to the papers, doing illustrations for Zuiderlucht and browsing idly around the net for considerably longer than any adult should . . .

4 replies on “Still (life) in the pizzeria . . .”

I remember going to a Barnes and Noble Cafe several years back to try my turn at Wi-Fi. It seemed a good idea since I would be surrounded by a forest of reference materials. The bitter coffee would add an edge to my words, since Starbucks coffee has that ability to really piss me off.
Alas, it wasn’t happening. I didn’t feel as if I was writing, but rather performing. I couldn’t get comfortable. Writing is a solitary endeavor for me, so lesson learned….stick to my own company and better coffee.

It’s a PILOT G-TEC-C4 with the .4 tip. They come in a whole range of colours. They’re water soluble so you can use that to effect but it also means that with watercolours it’ll run. I’ll like them for writing and scribbling sketches. When I want something non soluble I use a Copic.

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