Some but not all pages from the April to June sketchbook, changed it up and used a Moleskine with 160gsm paper. It worked surprisingly well with markers and could also hold very light washes. When I started with it, I was annoyed by how small the pages are, it is less than A5 but then it dawned on me I could just use spreads.
In my dragon hoard of empty sketchbooks, there is another book from Moleskine with 250gsm watercolor paper and I’ll use that soon to try out a technique with diluted india ink as described in the book Everyday Sketching and Drawing by Steven Reddy.
Anyway, all drawings here are with Platinum Carbon ink in a fountain pen and colored using Faber-Castell PITT brush pens.