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Brush pen and watercolor sketch made from a Sktchy muse—a young woman wearing a fake beard. (I like to draw beards, what can I say.) The finished page has a Montana Acrylic Marker background applied after the sketch was finished.

Protected: Just Try It: Pushing a Drawing Beyond Finished

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Protected: 2018 Drawing Practice—Drawing Live Subjects in Public

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Two quick pen sketches while I sat in the waiting room at the Allergist's.

Protected: In Context: At the Allergist’s

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Read the text of today's p out to understand my process for this sketch.

Protected: Just Enjoy What You Do: Or—Drawing as an Analogy of Goal Setting

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Diners at one of my favorite restaurants—while I wait for my take-out order to be ready. (In the smallest Hahnemühle Nostalgie journal with a .1 Staedtler Pigment Liner.

Protected: Drawing Practice: Two Things to Try When You’re Sick

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Protected: In Context: Just Got To Sketch

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Protected: Project Friday: A Bit More on Brush Pens

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On a recent trip to the dentist I used my time in the waiting room to sketch a couple people. I was just warming up when I found myself alone, but then I was called too. I really like the top right sketch. I was able to get just the essential details to capture her face.

Protected: Waiting at the Dentist’s

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9 x 12 inch sheet of recycled watercolor paper with a quick ink sketch (dried out pen) from imagination. I was thinking about portrait composition with people and animals.

Protected: Being Present

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Above: Sketch of a sleeping pig, pen and watercolor on a 9 x 12 inch watercolor board. During class you'll see me demonstrate how to work with pen and watercolor in close quarters even at crowded events like the Minnesota State Fair. (The demos include active animals so that you can see how it's possible to catch a likeness even when your subject is moving.)

Protected: There’s Still Time to Sign Up for Drawing Practice 2017

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