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Protected: Looking Back at InkTober 2018

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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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Have Fun By Working on a Different Surface

Sometimes it’s fun to work on a toned surface, whether you create that tone (or texture) yourself by preprinting the surface, or your work on a surface that comes toned. Typically I’ll work on toned paper but I had some chipboard in the studio for another project and grabbed a piece to sketch on the […]

Detail of the face area showing the watercolor.

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

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Protected: Limited Choices Lead to Successful Projects

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Here's another detail of today's sketch so you can see the paper and stroke texture.

New Winsor & Newton Watercolor Paper Part 3: Professional Hot Press

This is the third and final part of my three part series on the new watercolor paper lines from Winsor & Newton: Professional, which is their wood-free fine-art line; and Classic which is their wood-pulp (but acid free) paper. See part one in the series here. Note that this is the NEW Winsor & Newton […]

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Protected: Roz’s 2018 International Fake Journal Wrap Up

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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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Here's a closer look at those dirty washes.

Protected: In Context: Dirty Brushes

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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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