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Sketchbook Project 2013 Graphite No matter what sort of beyond, there are intriguing spaces to travel. Unfortunately, there may be limitations. Some places are dangerous, ill advised, some not yet possible. But, the mind’s eye can lead you… anywhere. Where do you want to go?
Sketchbook Project 2013 Graphite Fishing for…information, gossip, compliments, sustenance, trouble… Ideas?
Sketchbook Project 2012 Graphite Up to you, how to see this one.
The Sketchbook Project 2013 Graphite From family photos, a collage of images brought together through sketch. The past rearranged.
Sketchbook Project 2013 Graphite I’ve entitled this sketch, ” At the lake” because… I’ve always enjoyed trips to a lake. But..there’s something exciting and a little bit creepy about the surroundings;murky water, snakes, mystery lurking. This sketch captures how I felt as a kid, near the lake.
Sketchbook pages 11-12 Lightening up. A playful, mostly linear teen-dream.
I’m giving the graphite a little rest and working on Canson Mi-Teintes, nicely textured black paper with a white charcoal pencil. I’ve no idea what this is about, except that my garden pig plays a starring role;) Sketchbook Project 7-8
Sketchbook pages 5-6 graphite on block printing paper To smudge or not to smudge.. three schools of thought, I think.. Some are opposed to using a finger or an implement to blur and fill with graphite, feeling that it’s a muddy and lazy process. Others feel it’s the only way to modulate values. Still others […]
Done it again! Signed up for 2013. This year, I’m committed to graphite with a touch of white acrylic here and there to pick up what the eraser can’t. It’s all about the values, and an other worldliness. My objective is to concentrate on basics; strengthening my compositions through black and white values, and giving […]
Saturday I mailed out our sketchbook for the Sketchbook Project 2012 ‘s January 31 deadline-whew. It’s a project I’ll always remember because it’s a collaboration with my son Julian. Julian inspired the concept, and we worked together truly as a team. While I will forever treasure the memories of being a mom for my children when […]
*Update: A fellow artist mentioned that she would like to see the original sketchbook entry without the influence of Photoshop. Great idea, so..here it is. Oh, I should probably say that the deep blue is acrylic paint smudged onto a blue watercolor wash with an old (worn out 😉 credit card). The “drawing” is simply […]