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1. Monster Week!



Two years ago, I kept a sketchbook devoted entirely to monsters. It was a fun preliminary step to illustrating the picture book Marilyn's Monster by my good friend Michelle Knudsen (Candlewick Press, March 2015). 

It seems to fitting to post a beastie a day this week. Check back!

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2. Elephants at Night




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3. Doodle smash!

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4. Insta-Wash



Been playing with Neocolor crayons which are water soluble. I like 'em.

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5. Lightly Sketching

Sometimes I think the key to drawing is knowing when to stop.







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