Apr 27, 2012
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Well, as soon as I published "last" sketches from book #63, I found a whole bunch more - special thanks goes to my special friends - my parents - who noticed that I described some sketches and even showed them in one photo but never shared here :)
So here you go - below are "leftovers" :)
Apr 13, 2012
My feeling is that this sketchbook was filled really quickly - I did not notice the passage of three weeks :) Lots of great things happened. Not all are scanned and published here - but enough to see that I should use more color :)
Here is a link to view it as a set:
Apr 12, 2012
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Apr 8, 2012
Sketching in the Snow was magical! An afternoon of weather changing: every 5 minutes it went from snow storm to calm sunshine and back.
It was really cold to sketch (20 F) but super fun to move snow with my pencil and brush pen. You can see below three sketches in chronological order :)
Before the storm:
Here is what was under the snow on the photo at the beginning of this post:
Inspired by one of the posts I found on a new blog by Roz , I decided to give a little kick to a couple of dying Faber Castell Pitt Artist ...
I've been using tombow fudenosuke for some time now - it's a great workhorse - easy on any paper and with a varied line width and ...
I recently changed the way I store my old sketchbooks. Before this change, I had a large box on top of another large box with some more ske...
This is a note to myself - to record what gouache kit I took with me to the island trip at the beginning of the summer and how I changed the...
I am a "list" person - I have many lists. For example, I keep a list of places/things/events I want to draw. It's long and the...
Here is the first part: https://blog.apple-pine.com/2019/02/measuring-time-with-flowers.html And here is second: