Currently Browsing: October 2010 22 articles

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Yet Another French Bulldog

The last image in this particular series of page spreads

Teachers Looking for a Quick Sketchbook for Your Students? Heck, Anyone Want to Make a Quick Journal or Sketchbook—Check This Out!

Discussion of a great site for teachers and, well, everyone who wants to make a book quickly!

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Another French Bulldog

Some thoughts about the second in the series of quick sketches, and a digression about Peter Lorre.

A Look through Roz’s 2010 Minnesota State Fair Journal

This post has links to the two short videos which page through my 2010 Minnesota State Fair Journal.

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French Bulldogs, Observation, and that Favorite Brush Pen

the post is about just what the title says.

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More on Studies and Why They Matter

Another study and some thoughts about it.

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Focus: Why Do a Study before You Do a Painting?

This post has thoughts on making studies before creating a painting.

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Project Journal Infiltration 2010: A Series, but No Extra Credit

Another artist captures me in her sketchbook, check it out.

Viewing Some Old Masters in High Def

Where to view high-res images of some old Masters.

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Guest Post: Thomas Winterstein—On Pen Nibs and Sketching in Pen and Ink

Left: Dip pen artwork by guest post author Tom Winterstein, ©Tom Winterstein. The artist writes about his drawing approach in the final paragraph of his article. Today is the inaugural "Guest Post." This begins an intermittent series on my blog. I am asking people to write about art-related topics that matter to them (and are […]

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