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Protected: In Context: Productivity

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Protected: Moods and Momentum in Your Daily Drawing Practice

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My sketch of Dick when I was in the emergency. I can see by the line that it is less fluid than normal, stopping almost artificially and turning at various points in a way I don't usually do. Additional there are restatements that I've obviously zoned out in—making more and more marks in one area instead of balancing marks across the surface. And there are several places where I can see and remember I made marks even though I was telling myself, "Don't." I just couldn't hear myself through the pain.

Protected: Why Drawing Practice Matters and What Your Line Can Tell You

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Get Something Down on Paper, Even if You Think You’re Too Close to Your Subject

This post was originally published on January 30, 2017 during my site transition. Above: A page spread from my 8 x 9.25 inch Shinola Sketchbook. It has 112 pages of 100 lb. (148 gsm) acid free paper. I purchased it for $28 at Wet Paint in St. Paul. I’ve written about these whenever I post from it, […]

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A January Selfie

Left: I ended up doing a bunch of large (12 x 16.5 inches) self portraits with brush pen in January. Usually long after I really should have been in bed. Dick thinks I look too tired, but he'd already gone to bed so he doesn't actually know does he? Wave paper from Kunst and Papier, and […]

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Another Look at Productivity

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More Fantasy People and a Test for a New Journal—Goal Greater Productivity

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Final Totals for 2011

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Dog Days—IX: Working on Stonehenge Paper and Stopping the Negative Thoughts in Your Head

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Happy New Year: 2011!

the post is thoughts on what to do for New Year’s Day.

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