He made his entries with a quill pen
in black or brown ink, using Thomas Shelton's popular system of 'tachygraphy,' or shorthand, which was described by its publisher in the 1630s as 'the most exact and compendious method of Shorthand Swift Writing that hath ever yet been published.
Even going back to the 19th Century and the era of notebooks filled with handwriting by quill pen
, customs and immigration could read the contents.
supply you with paper, invisible ink, and a quill pen
so that you can
table, chin on fist, quill pen
in its other hand --five centuries before
Touring 112 Washington Place was like going back in time, what with newspapers from the 1800s scattered about and the former occupant showing off family tax returns prepared with quill pen
I think he may have dislodged his monocle, he was waving his quill pen
A budding author can write in colors with a quill pen
or create and send an electronic postcard with the Kids Zone characters.
From the bejewelled front cover, to the real quill pen
inside the back cover, this book is sure to hold the attention of every 8- to 13-yearold with the remotest interest in Greek mythology.
Having mastered the physical ability to manipulate a quill pen
, he wrote letters, words, sentences, and a literate, expansive English prose, first in a secretary's hand, and subsequently in italic script.
Colen's Untitled (Blow Me) is a still life with candle and quill pen
which could be a detail from a Disney cartoon, while Bell's untitled flower piece seems to hanker after art's naive backwaters.
Using the classic method of drawing with a crow quill pen
and India ink, Olson introduces students to the art of pen-and-ink drawings accented with watercolor.
Learn how to draw using a crow quill pen
and India ink, and through the instruction of an artist who shows not just pen and ink techniques, but how to enhance these with watercolor.