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The Sketchbook Project

My sketchbook for The Sketchbook Project is available digitally. Check it out here.

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Doodle a Day

Doodles 250 to 267.

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Doodle a Day

I will do my best to make a doodle a day and fill my sketchbooks. The goal: 365 days. 4 down. Check out Theresa Williams’ doodles here.

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35 Sketchbooks

Since this has been the year of art, I’ve been organizing my studio, including my art supplies. I have 35 sketchbooks that I would like to fill by the end of the year. –3 marker pads –9 watercolor pads –6 charcoal pads –15 for sketching –2 for projects

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The Sketchbook Project

I have decided to participate in The Sketchbook Project. My sketchbook has arrived in the mail, and now I’m working on what story I want to tell and illustrate. If you’re interested in participating, click here for more information.

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Almost Time for NaNo

This year I’m using a sketchbook for my NaNo novel, and I’ll be using a fountain pen. Every week I’ll track how much ink I’ve used. I’m starting a new bottle of Waterman‘s South Sea Blue with the fountain pen I bought from Pens and More.

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Journal–Complete!

Volume 11 is complete. It was the first journal to have blank pages. Sketchbooks are awesome writing journals.

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Another Journal Finished

I finished my tenth journal. This marks the end of a period where I relied on lined notebooks. I’ve started using a Flexi-Sketch¬†sketchbook for my next journal. Charlotte’s story was drafted in a Flexi-Sketch, as will my next novel.

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An Awesome Week…and it got better

This week was already awesome because I finished typing the third draft of my novel and printed it. I spent happy hours rereading and organizing. But it got so much better. I had lunch and The Cookie Jar with my pen pal Whitney from The Letter Project. The film¬†Imaginaerum with Nightwish music was available for …

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Novel notebook…finished!

I worked at Seed yesterday and finished the sketchbook I’ve been using for Charlotte’s novel. Now comes the typing. And revision. And art. I am so excited to take this draft to the next level.

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