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Thank you to everyone who stopped by, whether to check in, sketch, or simply ask some questions at today’s Virtual Minnesota State Fair Sketch In 2020 We used “out” in the event hashtag (shown below) because I’d already set it up on Facebook. You’ll be able to see some posts already there. You’ll also find […]
Above: Marker sketch made using the Winsor & Newton Alcohol-Based Pigment Markers on their special marker paper. A week or so ago Wet Paint and Winsor & Newton (W&N) held a party to introduce Winsor & Newton's Alcohol-Based Pigment Markers. Note: these are DIFFERENT from their Watercolor Markers. You can read a review of the […]
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Above: Sketch of a black rooster at the 2010 Minnesota State Fair. Staedtler Pigment Liner in a book I made using Gutenberg paper. On April 5, 2012 I’m giving a “drawing animals from life” demonstration and talk at the Bell Museum’s Sketch Night. Because I am often distracted by questions that take me off on […]
This post talks about the calming effects of gesture drawings in the Poultry Barn at the State Fair.
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