Friday, November 10, 2006

PEN ... and ink

This is a good time to bring up something that's been bugging me. I feel silly every time I type "pen and ink." I'd like to know who came up with that term. Pen and ink. Am I missing something? If you use a pen, doesn't it follow that you also use ink?

Anyway...I wish there was a career for doodlers. This is a pen and ink (don't want to confuse you) doodle I did a couple years ago. It's very small (surprise!), only 4x6", but I'd like to keep going until I have a section that I can turn into Christmas wrapping paper, if that can be done at a reasonable cost. I like how it undulates, but I get motion-sick if I look at it that way too long.


Teri C said...

I love these 'doodles' of yours-they are just fantastic!

I have thought about pen and ink that way. Crazy isn't it?

Nancy said...

Got any pen and pencil drawings?

Victor McCay said...

The term "pen & ink", I assume, dates back to when the pen or quill or whatever scribe you were using had to be dipped in the bottle of ink. The ink was not contained inside the pen, thus the pen and ink were two separate things.

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