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Seattle, Part 2 of 2

More from Seattle. Continue reading

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Seattle, Part 1 of 2

A spectacularly sunny weekend teaching in Seattle…and no, that’s not an oxymoron. Continue reading

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Loads of People

A people filled day. Continue reading

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Good questions: Studies versus Scenes

Another good question from someone in my Figure Sketching Made Simple class on Craftsy. (I do these Good Questions posts every once in a while.) This person visited a skating rink, and sketched a whole scene, skaters, ice rink and setting, and … Continue reading

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Painting with Tom Hoffmann, again: 3 of 3

Bernal Heights, San Francisco. Continue reading

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Painting with Tom Hoffmann, again: 2 of 3

The Marin Headlands were a challenge to paint: at once both simple in shape yet so atmospheric… and then, there was the wind! I painted #1 and #2 in parallel. Attempt #3 (below) was painted because I wasn’t so happy with … Continue reading

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Painting with Tom Hoffmann, again: 1 of 3

Painting boats with Tom Hoffman. Continue reading

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