I watched a news report today about gaming, and it had this man talking about his 'sport' of gaming. He was some kind of world champion. I appreciated it being a skill, and causing him stress, but I can't accept that it is a sport. It is a game, clue in the title, but sport to me involves at least being on your feet and some kind of movement. And I was trying to remember what the other word is for that kind of thing-it is a hobby. I couldn't remember the word for a while. The man could also claim that it was his job, but it must have started as a hobby. Definition of sport: 'an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.'
Or 'play in a lively, energetic way.'
Anyway, this digression is to do with the fact that reading and painting are hobbies too, alhough I am not sure that people use that word very much anymore.
This is not left handed. It is pen and charcoal.
Just pen with water and a paper sample I found in old stuff from somewhere.
Inktense but with no water added. A 1920s swimmer is what comes to mind.
Acrylic ink just two colours.
Inktense with no water.