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Marco Serido http://evensketchier.wordpress.com/
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Pascale Steig http://the-competent-eclectic.blogspot.com/
Rita Sabler http://www.onesketchaday.blogspot.com/
Vicky Porter http://draw2c.blogspot.com/
Sketchy friends...a heads up that Aaron Bros is now having all sketchbooks at 40% off. They carry Stillman & Birn and Strathmore Visual Journals. Both have heavy weight paper that is made for watercolor. I just stocked up.ReplyDelete
Sketchy friends, I'm looking to surprise my wife with an urban sketching class this weekend (December 12th or 13th, 2015). We're celebrating our "paper" anniversary so I want to do something where we learn a useful creative skill (basic sketching!) and get something to take home with us too. Could I pay one of you fine sketchers to give us a 2-3 hour lesson? I know she would love it and I would love it too!!ReplyDelete
If you can't do it but have a friend or someone that might be able to, please do respond to this!!