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Collage Sketchbook: Page 14

Collage Sketchbook: Page 14

I mentioned before some of the pages in this book are topical. I create them as I am inspired. Often, more often now than before, I am inspired by current events. Inspiration can come from all emotions. This one came from sadness, worry and horror. This page was...

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Collage Sketchbook: Page 9

Page 9 of the Collage Sketchbook. I own a design and t-shirt company, Avery Paige Designs. We also make vinyl stickers. Sometimes I save the weird bits of sticker vinyl that's left over. Do you want to know where these bits came from? The Emblem of the Galactic Empire...

Collage Sketchbook: Page 8

This page was inspired by a photographer I found on tumblr, Angélica Dass. She matches the skin tones of her subjects with a corresponding Pantone color. I started to draw her portraits as an exercise in another sketchbook and on loose sheets of paper. I wanted to...

Collage Sketchbook: Page 7

I did this page while I was practicing hands in November of 2015. While doing the hands practice project I drew A LOT of hands. Not all of them made it into the final post. Most of them I did digitally, but some where drawn by hand (haha). These two where drawn on...

Collage Sketchbook: Page 6

If you've never drawn on a scratchboard before, try it! You can do some pretty cool stuff with them. It's also a great activity to do with kids.You can buy pre-made ones in the store, or you can be cheap like me and make your own. That is what you are looking at...

Collage Sketchbook: Page 5

As I mentioned in the first Collage Sketchbook post, some of the pages are topical. I did this one for the Women's Summit on June 14th, 2016. United State of Women is still a running project, and I hope it continues to run. If you are a woman looking for a place to...

Collage Sketchbook: Page 4

Page 4 of the Collage Sketchbook! This one was fun. Also a work in progress for a long time. I had a few doodles of my cats pasted on the left that I wasn't happy with, and the left page was blank with only a dictionary page glued in. The mermaid is actually gel pens...

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