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1. #watercolor #character #sketch for my #Sherlock #Thesis


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2. A #Sherlock #sketch for no particular reason. #wabisabi #pencil


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3. Monkey Mod! Fan Art

After seeing some fan art in a comic book, I decide to do some of my own of the Kevin Cross' character Monkey Mod.

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4. “Sherlock Holmes had sprung out and seized the intruder by...


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5. Ok art nerds, who can name the book that this is out of? No...


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6. Sure. It looks like the same #sherlockholmes #character #sketch...


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7. Working up a #character #sketch for #sherlockholmes. He’s...


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8. A Maudlin Sketch


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9. The Sherlock Holmes Project

Summary: The beginning of a series of posts about my Sherlock Holmes thesis project showing preliminary sketches.

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10. A Maudlin Sketch

I did this sketch in my sketchbook. I guess I was feeling a little maudlin… Then I found this quote, which made me feel a little better. “Build a good name. Keep your name clean. Don’t make compromises, don’t worry about making a bunch of money or being successful — be concerned with doing good […]

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11. The Unforced Force of the Greater Truth

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12. I’m probably a little too happy about the way that camera...


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13. What to do when the drawing outgrows the paper? #ThanksDegas...


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14. The Forever Flowers

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Sonja Danowski, The Forever Flowers

Sonja Danowski, The Forever Flowers
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Sonja Danowski, The Forever Flowers
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Sonja Danowski, The Forever Flowers

The Forever Flowers by Michael J. Rosen.
Creative Editions, 2014.ISBN 1568462735.
Illustrator Sonja Danowski.

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15. Chris Dunn

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Chris Dunn is an English illustrator and gallery artist whose most recent project is a series of watercolor paintings inspired by the classic children’s story The Wind in the Willows. Dunn has a wonderfully finessed style, combining a visceral, tactile realism with a delightful portrayal of his anthropomorphic animal protagonists. There is a warmth and […]

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16. “Build a good name. Keep your name clean. Don’t make...


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17. A closer look. #sketch #fallcolor #tree #SantaCruz #watercolor


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18. Working on a #sketch for on of my Patreon supporters....


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19. Drawings and Prints from the permanent collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Drawings and Prints: Selections from the Permanent Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibitions subtitled “Selections from the Permanent Collection” never sound dramatic, but shows of master drawings from collections like those of the Met (or the Morgan Library or the National Gallery) are actually rare treasures. Drawings and prints are considered delicate, subject to light […]

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20. New Paint and Etsy Update

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21. New Art Book - CTN

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22. Michael Robear

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The watercolors of northeastern Maryland artist Michael Robear would be striking enough in any context — crisply rendered in muted palettes, with intriguing narrative elements bordering on magic realism — but they are particularly arresting in their individualized sculptural frames. In addition to being a painter, Robear is a sculptural metalworker and also works with […]

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23. A Revolution of the Palette at Norton Simon

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Though it had been slowing expanding over the centuries, the range of paint colors available to artists increased most dramatically in the 19th century, when a number of new synthetic pigments began to come into production, partly as a result of the industrial revolution. Prior to that, new color discoveries were few and scattered, and […]

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24. Gabba Gabba Hey!

Summary: I share some of my process creating a faux Rolling Stone magazine cover of the Ramones. Giclee prints of the image are also made available! One of the assignments for my MFA program is that we are asked to create an illustration by look back into illustration history and finding an artist whom we admire, then we […]

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25. I’ve been saturating my mind with...


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