Saturday, April 19, 2014

Shades of Tan

Left to right: Faber-Castell PITT Charcoal PencilGrumbacher Sketching Pencil; Pentel Hybrid Gel Roller in Gold; Pentel 120 A3 DX 0.9mm mechanical pencil (I used this pencil for years in high school and university, but it's fairly worn out now, as you can see around the grip section); bird clip and wooden button; Knock Knock Seriously? sticky notes; more buttons. 
Clockwise, from top: postcard of a Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep; wooden buttons; a variety of wooden spools.

I'm not sure that "tan" is the best description of these colours, but whatever you want to call them, these colours are among my favourites, as unexciting as they seem.  Some people may go for the the bright colours and others for the sophisticated blacks and greys, but muted earthy tones like these are what I love.

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