My husband noticed how much I enjoyed working on my Sketchbook Project and so, for Christmas, gave me a Pentalic sketchbook. It's close to the same size, but bound with a hardcover. The paper is very similar so I know I'll be able to work with some light watercolour, certain markers and a few of my pens. Most of my art supplies are packed and won't be used again until March. That's a long time to take a break from drawing and sketching now that I'm getting back into a groove. Since the sketchbook is small, I think I'll take it with me while we're in the process of moving. A pen, pencil, eraser and perhaps a few markers should tide me over.
Some of the first pages I filled in are type tests. When I was working on the Arthouse Sketchbook I found that I tended to use a few letter styles most often. I redrew them in the Pentalic as a reference and an exercise.