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Right: One of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts' old entrance animal guardians—an urban sketch from one of my journals. Click on the image to see an enlargement, and read on to find out where to see the full image. (Hey, I just checked the enlargement and you can see the paper towel pattern where I mopped up one of my washes.) Staedtler Pigment Liner and gouache, PB60 of course.
A rambling post in which I discuss:
- my discovery of the cure for cancer.
- my post on Twin Cities Sketchers (a new blog I wrote of yesterday)
- contact info for landscape artist Diane Wesman omitted from my original post (and a show reminder)
- Danny Gregory's new book
- bread baking
- my hope of drawing dogs tonight
I say, if any of those things interest you read the post and go with the flow. If these things don't interest you maybe you need to ask "why not?" Either way, come back tomorrow. I'm still pushing for the "posting every day for two months" goal, and I have another contest coming up to celebrate that when I get there. So to begin…
Danny Gregory's new book An Illustrated Life: Drawing Inspiration From The Private Sketchbooks Of Artists, Illustrators And Designers is out. I've been having trouble embedding films into my blog so please see the film by clicking here. It is only a minute or so long, but you'll enjoy this look through the art-filled pages taken […]