Tag Archives: sketchbook

Fragments. Memories.

Some of the quickest sketches are the ones with the best memories. They might now always be “good” sketches, but I am always glad I made them and dated them. Like these quick studies of Russ and his assistant jackhammering … Continue reading

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Hakone Gardens

Hakone Gardens, Saratoga. Continue reading

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Three Tools

Three tools I love, two I’ve used for a long time and one that’s new… Continue reading

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Small Sketchbook Reset

Stuck in a rut? This tip might work for you… Continue reading

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Virtual Travel Sketching

Virtual Sketching with friends. Continue reading

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Embrace the Pace: Cooking

Adventures in the Kitchen: part of the series on drawing movement Continue reading

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Embrace the Pace: Ice Skating

Ice Skaters: part of the series on drawing things that move Continue reading

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Embrace the Pace: Construction Crews

Drawing things that move Continue reading

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Stepping out in Spring

Are you, like me, starting to draw outside more than you did in the last year? Any challenges that come up from a practice that may have been dormant for a while? Continue reading

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Peaceful Scenes

Both these pieces have this in common: they are places I have never visited. One is sketched from a photo that my niece took, another is from window-swap. Both pieces use watercolor, pen&ink and water soluble wax crayons. In this … Continue reading

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