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Drawing using no erasers

My latest sketchbook video features the sketchbooks I used to draw my Snert Oh No web comic in 2010. I’d draw a one-panel comic during the 1.5 hour wait for my Toastmasters meeting every Wednesday after work. Then I used my iPhone for photographing, post-processing and posting (until a suitable…

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Sketching in Paris

I mentioned my 2007 trip to Paris in my last Sketchbook Video. So the sketchbook I used during my trip is featured in my latest episode (I like how that sounds. I guess I’m a video podcaster now). It’s a Paris Moleskine City notebook. I highly recommend these little things.…

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On-Demand Creativity

My second sketchbook video features my followup pocket Moleskine from 2007ish (unlike the first one, I didn’t date my sketches). I remember this time vividly. I loved the idea of having sketchbooks full of colourful works of art however I ended up forcing myself to create works of art for…

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Sketchbook Videos

I’ve been sketching in sketchbooks for years now and have them all sitting on a few shelves. No one will able to see any of my sketches unless they came over and flipped through the sketchbooks. Even if someone wanted to, it most likely wouldn’t happen often. Well, thanks home…

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Classic books, new covers

One of the projects I have been working on is creating cover illustration art work for classic novels. My shtick here is to use today’s digital culture references in the illustrations. My other shtick is to package them with the classic novels themselves and offer them as free ebooks. Since…

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