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1. Yeah, I kinda want to live here. #sketch #hasmfa #Sherlock...


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2. Lucky You

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When it comes to building an art career, I subscribe to Thomas Jefferson’s view of luck:

I'm a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it. ― Thomas Jefferson

In other words, don’t rely on luck to hand you a successful art career. Roll up your sleeves and get to work. Every. Single. Day.

On this St. Patrick’s Day, it doesn’t hurt to remind ourselves how lucky we are. But every lucky gold coin has a flip side to be aware of.

Self-Expression

You’re lucky you can express yourself freely through your art form. We take this for granted, but not everyone in the world can safely get away with doing so.

In many countries, artists are a dangerous lot because they refuse to go along with the status quo and have “outrageous” ideas about democracy and freedom of religion.

Above all, be grateful for freedom of expression.

On the flip side:

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3. Type 201 For Illustrators: Artist Logos

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4. Artist of the Month: Jan Van Eyck

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5. First Glimpse at Timberline

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6. Type 102 for Illustrators: Book Cover Case Study

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7. Finished these guys!Star Trek Cat Captains for the Cat Art Show...

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Finished these guys!

Star Trek Cat Captains for the Cat Art Show in LA this March. They will be for sale, partial proceeds going to Kitten Rescue. :3

These were all done in gouache.

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8. comparison 8

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rough small sketches in black/white like the following were done to define the value range, the light and shadow, as well as the staging of the animation in the scene. this is from the disney animated feature BAMBI in 1940. later that step was part of the WORKBOOK, the translation of the storyboard into ‘film-language’, […]

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9. Color Charts Through History

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10. Ain’t no party like studio party! #thesis #watercolor...



Ain’t no party like studio party! #thesis #watercolor #studio (at 17th Avenue Studios)


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


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


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


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


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


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


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18. A Maudlin Sketch


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19. The Forever Flowers

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Sonja Danowski, The Forever Flowers

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

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

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


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


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23. The Unforced Force of the Greater Truth

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24. 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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25. 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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