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…doodling vampires, werewolves and bimbos in a cheap sketchbook while watching trash on television… Continue reading
I continue to hack away at the Out of This World sketchbook with 2mm read leads and whatever graphite pencils I have at hand, and I accompany my doodling with trash television shows or movies streamed to my Roku box. … Continue reading
I’ve been drawing monsters in front of the TV set for as long as I can remember, and it seems the trend continues as of late as I finish my evenings watching trash television and doodling in a cheap sketchbook.
I continue to roll along with the Out of This World sketchbook attacking it with 2mm leads and various pencils on a daily basis. I don’t know what I’m going to do once I’ve exhausted this $3 sketchpad’s 125 sheets. … Continue reading
I continue to end my evenings on the couch with a cheap sketchbook and various pencils and erasers spread out on my lap half-watching the television usually tuned to trash. The Out of This World sketchbook continues to work its … Continue reading
My love affair with a three-dollar sketchbook meant for the juvenile market continues as I find myself doodling in it regularly. I keep it within reach in case inspiration strikes and I have to jot down a note or scribble … Continue reading
I’m not yet ready to declare the juvenile sketchbook I wrote about recently as the NEW Sketchbook from Heaven, but I do usually keep it close at hand, and I am busily filling its cheap pages with scribbles. It may … Continue reading
Tina snagged me this cheap sketchbook meant for kiddies along with another one that had a disgustingly whimsical Christmas llama on the cover five years ago in what was hoped to be a replacement for the mysterious, blank-covered Sketchbook from … Continue reading
I finished off another inexpensive sketchbook purchased from Target. I’ve had luck with the cheap little sketchbooks they carry so when we see something new on the shelves, we snag it. The paper was all right for dry media but … Continue reading