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#98 - What Happens In Your Sketchbook When You Tell Yourself You Will Not Show The Sketchbook Pages To Other People

This is how you should look at them.

Warm-Up Drawing Exercises

some of my sketchbook pages
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I find sketchbook pages gorgeous. I love pouring over sketchbook pages by other artists.

I love my sketchbook pages, too, crammed with doodles, experiments, attempts, and most failed, written thoughts.

It is just wonderful to let your eye wander through the page.

As I wrote elsewhere, the most important element of a good habit is that you are happy with the result.

Sketchbook pages are supposed to be messy, recording all your failed attempts for eternity. And yet, they always look good.

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