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Draw Tip Tuesday – Gouache Sticks!

Welcome to Draw tip Tuesday!   I have found some new art toys. In the Netherlands, I have never seen them in a shop, but I have seen artists using…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – How To Clean Your Fountain Pen

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday!   After sharing my Draw Tip Tuesday Video about waterproof inks that are suitable for fountain pens, I got a bunch of questions about cleaning…

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Fearless Sketching – 12 tips!

Yesterday I shared the first drawing I made when I was in Sevilla two weeks ago, to attend a workshop, taught by Spanish illustrator Inma Serrano. I'd love to show you…

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Fearless Sketching!

Art crushes Have you ever had an art crush? I have them pretty often - and sometimes they last for a very long time. A few years ago I was…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – The Magic Pencil

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday!   Today I want to show you the magic pencil! Also known as the rainbow pencil. These pencils, made by Koh-i-Noor, have a marbled core,…

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The Food and Beverages Department

Personal stories A sketchbook can tell so much about a person. It's kind of like looking in someone's purse. The items in there are very personal. Also, the way they…

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Drawing makes you see better

I just came back from an awesome weekend in Sevilla. I still need to scan all the drawings I made there, so I can share them here on the blog.…

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March Drawing Prompts!

In 2018 Sketchbook Skool provides daily drawing prompts to give you ideas or inspiration whenever you need it. If you missed out in February, start tomorrow with this March list, hand-lettered by Sketchbook…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – Waterproof Ink

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! People often ask me what kind of ink I use in my Lamy fountain pen. My favorite black ink for fountain pens is Platinum Carbon…

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Drawing Faces

My Faces Phase I'm kind of obsessed drawing faces lately. Not sure where exactly the faces phase comes from. It may have something to do with the winter months maybe. I…

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