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Sketchbook work in progress


This is a recent mixed media work in my sketchbook. The original drawing is in graphite and conte pencils. Into the drawing I am adding clippings from magazines to create the collage in the trees you see here.
This drawing was done around Halloween, thus the robust pumpkins and orange leaved trees on the right. I will keep adding images as I work on this one!

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  1. I'm delighted to see your sketchbook this way. Looking forward to more. :-)

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