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Above: Short video discussion of what the new “By Design: Creating the Intentional Page” contains. If it doesn’t show up here you can view it on YouTube. Note: All Roz Wound Up Classes now offer lifetime access. See the FAQ for details. Today I’m getting the word out about my latest online class—“By Design: Creating […]
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Wednesday, April 1, I kicked off International Fake Journal Month 2015 by talking again with Diane Gibbs at Design Recharge. (We talked in February, see below.) Diane is a delight to talk with and excited about process and interested in this project. You can see the talk in the above embedded video (If the embedded […]
Left: Quick sketch of Alan Cumming (host on Masterpiece Mystery). 11.5 x 16.25 inch Fabriano Recycled Drawing. Pentel fine-tipped ColorBrush with pigment black ink. Broad, light washes of gouache made with a triple- and quadruple-loaded 3 inch brush (1-inch flat used for background). The image doesn't have anything to do with IFJM—I was just up […]
On February 11, 2015 Diane Gibbs had me as a guest on Design Recharge. She recorded the program and you can see it here on YouTube if the above video doesn't work. We were set to talk about Fake Journaling because International Fake Journal Month is coming up. I got a little side tracked on […]
Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. CST. Diane Gibbs of Design Recharge will be interviewing me about one of my favorite topics—Journaling, specifically fake journaling and International Fake Journal Month. IT’S FREE.
It's lunch time and but instead of taking my break I'm writing to you about this new book by Marc Taro Holmes—The Urban Sketcher:Techniques for Seeing and Drawing on Location. (He recommends buying the book from Amazon for the best price, in his blog post about the book publication.You can see the book cover in […]
Left: A quick "Piecemeal Style" sketch of Susan Hampshire who was in a show I caught one night not long ago and despite aging looks as lovely as she ever did, with that wonderful line of her nose, her neck, those cheeks… I started on one 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of Fabriano Tiziano […]
There is still space left in my fall color theory class at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts in Minneapolis. In fact if you register before October 13 you get the early bird savings of $60! You can read the details about the class, Introduction to Design: Color Theory with Roz Stendahl, here. That post […]
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