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Embrace the Wonkiness

Too many of my students fuss and fuss over a wonky line, or worse, stop a sketch altogether because a likeness is lost. But I think there is great fun in diving in with a bold pen and feeling about for the features, one wonky line after the other. Finishing something leads to something else […]


Protected: Drawing as a Diagnostic Tool

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Finding a Line Quickly—Deciding What Pen to Use

Full post is a brief discussion of selecting a pen for line quality, but also selecting lines on a face to actually draw.


Fabric Printing Part 3: Line Quality and Silkscreening at the Textile Center at the July MCBA Visual Journal Meeting.

Some dos and don’ts for making silkscreens with the Thermofax; and how to have custom screens made for you at the Textile Center.

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