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More Contours

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Saving Those Fiber-Tipped Calligraphy Pens Even When They Are Running Out of Ink

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“Don’t Worry, You Don’t Need To Call the Police. I Let Myself in”—Paul Drake: The Hardest Working P.I. on TV

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So I Was Watching Top Chef the Other Night and…

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Three Days in Wisconsin

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Journal Size Matters

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Gouache Compendium: Notes from Roz Wound Up Posts to Accompany My Gouache Demo

Above: Pen and gouache on non-receptive paper in a Moleskine Sketchbook. (I had this piece at my demo.) Even on non-receptive paper you can have a lot of fun with gouache, whether it’s filling in facial details or scribbling in a background color. On Monday, November 26, 2012 I gave a 2-hour free demo at […]

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Looking at a Frenchie and Gutenberg Paper

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Another Look at the Texture on Gutenberg

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More Squash and Gutenberg Paper

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