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August 28, 2005

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Excellent! You should have a sketchbook of just people sketches, no color. Everyone seems to recognize these people. I think that's what makes a good drawing. The view feels connected. And is that salt or pepper on the table?

These likenesses are so good I am fairly sure I would recognize any of these people if I saw them. Buffalo Bill has nothing on your quickdraw.

I don't do this enough... after looking at your work, i realize I should.

Oh, and sketching live people made it on my list of "things i stink at"!!!!

L, I am too ignorant to know why portrait-like would be a bad thing, but I love these!

hi laura!
i discovered you via monkeypaints also...
i'm the girl from
the garden
thank you so much for your kind words...and i'm so glad to know you will be visiting
and thrilled to have discovered your work....
just beautiful!!...
thanks again!
i will be coming here often too!

hi laura!
i discovered you via monkeypaints also...
i'm the girl from
the garden
thank you so much for your kind words...and i'm so glad to know you will be visiting
and thrilled to have discovered your work....
just beautiful!!...
thanks again!
i will be coming here often too!

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