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Posts tagged "sketchbooks should be sketchy"

Jul 24, 2011
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A page from Dan Zettwoch’s Grill Journal

If you really want to see a mind at work on the page, look at Dan Zettwoch’s sketchbooks.

A page from Dan Zettwoch’s Grill Journal

If you really want to see a mind at work on the page, look at Dan Zettwoch’s sketchbooks.

Jul 06, 2011
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I dig the sentiment of Merlin’s title for his notebook set: "Nothing Doesn’t Go In Here"

Something I started writing on the first page of all my notebooks a few years back. It helps me.

Sketchbooks should be sketchy.

I dig the sentiment of Merlin’s title for his notebook set: "Nothing Doesn’t Go In Here"

Something I started writing on the first page of all my notebooks a few years back. It helps me.

Sketchbooks should be sketchy.

Dec 03, 2010
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Oct 07, 2010
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Sep 03, 2010
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Jun 29, 2010
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Kevin Huizenga’s Focus Book

For a couple years now, I’ve been using little mini-comic sized books, made from scrap paper from the copy shop, folded and stapled, to keep focused each day on the day’s work.  Or to free-write and warmup….For me, they’re less intimidating and overwhelming than sk. books or moleskins, and cheaper, and you get to the end faster.

Kevin Huizenga’s Focus Book

For a couple years now, I’ve been using little mini-comic sized books, made from scrap paper from the copy shop, folded and stapled, to keep focused each day on the day’s work. Or to free-write and warmup….For me, they’re less intimidating and overwhelming than sk. books or moleskins, and cheaper, and you get to the end faster.

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Interview with Paul Madonna

Paul does the great comic, All Over Coffee.
I never know what to call myself really. I call myself a cartoonist because it’s what I’ve wanted to do for as long as I can remember, it’s what I always return to, and it’s how I think. But I don’t really work in that field. I think I’m an artist and a writer, or more appropriately, an artist who writes.

As opposed to a writer who draws…

Interview with Paul Madonna

Paul does the great comic, All Over Coffee.

I never know what to call myself really. I call myself a cartoonist because it’s what I’ve wanted to do for as long as I can remember, it’s what I always return to, and it’s how I think. But I don’t really work in that field. I think I’m an artist and a writer, or more appropriately, an artist who writes.

As opposed to a writer who draws

Jun 24, 2010
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Jun 16, 2010
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Jun 08, 2010
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Lea HernandezOkay, for everyone who misinterpreted my post about sketchbooks for Moleskine hatred—look at Lea Hernandez exploring on the page! Yes, in a Moleskine. (At least, it looks like one.)It ain’t about the tools, it’s how you use them.(via)

Lea Hernandez

Okay, for everyone who misinterpreted my post about sketchbooks for Moleskine hatred—look at Lea Hernandez exploring on the page! Yes, in a Moleskine. (At least, it looks like one.)

It ain’t about the tools, it’s how you use them.

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