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Mumbling and the Drawing Life

Above: Contour drawing of Dick as he sat in the TV room. 9 x 12 inch Flex Book sketchbook that I'll review next week. Montana Marker in the background. This is another post for my current "Drawing Practice" students, to show I don't just boss them around, but also Dick, who poses for me all […]

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Shading and Values with the Dry Brush Pen

Left: 9 x 12 inch sketch of Dick as he sat at his computer desk and looked over at me. Pentel Brush Pen with pigment ink and squeezy barrel. Flex Book paper. Today's post is for my current "Drawing Practice" students. We've been discussing whether it's possible to get some shading done with the Pentel Brush […]

Protected: Why I Think Process Is Important

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Tools and Subject Matter—Over a Life of Sketching

Above: A 10 minute sketch using a carbon-black ink felt-tipped brush pen sketch of Dick in the TV Room—focusing on Contours after a wearing day. Background: Montana marker. 9 x 12 inch Fabriano Venezia Journal page spread. (If you can't read the text, you can see a typed version at the end of this post.) […]

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Teaching Drawing: Why Demonstrate Different Media?

Above: Sakura Pigma BB (Bold Brush) Pen sketch of Dick sitting in the TV room, with purple washes of watercolor. (Orange is a Montana Marker—I didn’t put it together properly after refilling it, so it leaked.) In a 9 x 12 inch Fabriano Venezia journal. The Sakura Pigma BB is a felt-tipped brush pen, so […]

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Protected: Roz Wound Up Classes in February and May 2016

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Proportions and Features: Eyeballing vs. Systems

Left: Selfie made while looking in the bathroom mirror. A 7 x 7 inch, approx. journal (turned on its side so I could have a vertical) I made with Niddegen. I used a fiber-tipped brush pen containing Platinum Carbon Black ink cartridges. I'm wearing my favorite T-shirt—a 25 year old Lake Street Shirt design, given […]

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Drawing Even When Everything Seems “Mundane”

Above: My first sketch of my new triceratops Des. He’s on the shelf above my head, with Carl. I used a Pentel Pocket Brush Pen on Nideggen paper in an 7 x 7 inch square book I’d made. The background is Montana Marker. I decided not to finish drawing Carl because I liked the negative […]

A Little Housekeeping on the Blog and My Mailing List

If you look in the left-hand column of the blog near the top, you'll see the gull from my blog header in a box labeled "Classes with Roz." If you click on that it will take you to the current/upcoming class I'm teaching. Just below that image there is a sign up form for my […]

Drawing Practice: Drawing Live Subjects in Public—A New Online Class

If the above video doesn't run please view it on YouTube here. July 24, 2015 I start a new online class "Drawing Practice: Drawing Live Subjects in Public.  It's an intensive 30-day class that gets you building your drawing skills, pushes you out sketching in public, and helps you deal with your internal critic.   […]

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