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Testing gouache and water-soluble Pentel Brush Pen in the Handbook Watercolor Journal (approximately 8 inches square). Some stenciling is also used. I put color in the background because orange paint had seeped through from another spread and I thought orange everywhere drew the eye away from the seepage. Carl assured me all eyes would be on him so it wasn't necessary. He's been a little more full of himself since he returned.

Protected: Carl Has Come Home

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This quick brush pen sketch with an acrylic marker background allowed me to assess a new type of illustration board in under 5 minutes. (6 x 9 inches)

Protected: Two Reasons to Work in a Series

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Scott Listfield and Visual News

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Getting a New Angle on Things: Or How to Sketch When You are Ill

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Not Everyone Was Glad I Went to Wisconsin

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More with Carl

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Carl and the Batter Incident

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“It’s Carl Week” Wraps Up (for now)

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“It’s Carl Week” Keeps Going

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“It’s Carl Week” Still Isn’t Over

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