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Day 2007-12-7

Posted on Saturday, December 8th, 2007 under Sketches | No comments

Here is my first post of what I am really really (no, really) hoping will be daily full page sketches. Robot Johnny has been posting a lot of really great warm-up sketches and it is making me jealous of all the time he has to sketch. So here goes.

For the betterment of my pen skills and for the wiggling of my brain juices, here we go. Enjoy and definitely comment on Flickr of which is your favorite on the page.

Oh, and I found a great forum post about how to properly remove red-ink pencil lines from scans. Check it out.

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