Structuring-creating small sketchbook

Structuring-creating small sketchbook - student project

#AnneButera.  I decided to make a small sketchbook (4x6"). Since taking your classes, this month, my sketchbook has been growing. I will be binding it with ribbon. Here is a photo of a stack of my progress so far.  It is exciting to look back on the progress I have made so far. 

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4-8-2021

I continue to enjoy my little sketchbook which is a collection of all the small pieces I have been creating. I have been using 4.5 x 6-inch loose pages. I have been trying out many different techniques and just practicing as much as possible. I get in some sort of practice on most days. I like starting the day of creating something but realistically I usually get to create in the afternoon after other pressing things have been done. I have been working with watercolor, pencil, ink, colored pencils, and digital. Here are some things I did just following the prompts @AnneButera listed for this class.  

day 1-leaf   I created several of the same leaf using different mediums.

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day 2-yellow, and day 6-seed

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  Day 3-white on black

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Day 4-fruit, day 5-Butterfly 

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day 7-kitchen. We have a Venus Flytrap living in our kitchen window. I sketched it in ink and added colored pencils for the first drawing. In the second version, I used Photoshop and added textures I created to enhance the pot and leaves, making a sort of digital collage.

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