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The Right Pen with the Right Paper?

I have spent years telling students that there is no perfect paper. There is no perfect pen. That’s still true! Why write today that there is a right pen with the right paper? Because sketching, if you’re going to do it all the time, should be, in fact needs to be, fun. And one of […]

Detail from the finished piece.

Protected: The Piecemeal Portrait Tutorial That Wasn’t

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23 x 21 inch piecemeal portrait of a dog. Brush pen, watercolor and collage.

Piecemeal Portrait of a Dog

If you’ve been reading the blog for even a short while you’ll know that I enjoy making what I call “piecemeal style.” Please use the category list or the blog’s search engine to find many more examples of this.  Here’s one post to get you started. If you’ve been an online student of mine in […]

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Piecemeal Style Portrait of Two Dogs

Today’s sketch is one of my favorites of my year so far. I made it using a Sktchy muse photo for inspiration and in the photos of my working process you’ll be able to see how I pull a photo up on my iPad and position the iPad to work, whether at a drawing table […]

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Protected: Running Out of Paper Space

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Detail of the face area showing the watercolor.

Protected: Step By Step: Pen, watercolor, and Collage

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Follow Me on Instagram—During the Hiatus, the Interim, and Beyond

Yes I’ve been posting on Instagram. You can find me there under “rozstendahl.” You can also go to the top of my blog and click on the Instagram logo in the top right; or go to the bottom panel that’s on every page of my blog, then click on the Instagram logo on the top […]

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Protected: Simple Approaches for Backgrounds—A Five-Part Series: Part 3 Patterns

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Piecemeal sketch—extra sheet added at base—with wide tipped parallel pen sketch on yellow Fabriano Tiziano paper. I started with purple ink but ran out, and…

Protected: Just Keep Going Whether You Run Out of Ink Or…?

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Staedtler Pigment Liner on a 3M Post-it Note™, collaged with painted paper, and expanded. A Piecemeal portrait.

Protected: In Context: A Piecemeal Portrait of a Dog

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