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January 24, 2007

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Gorgeous...the color washes add a freeness and depth I really like.

This also connects with something I've been mulling over recently, the role of memory in drawing and painting. Nothing I'm able to articulate clearly yet, but even the short-term memory of holding something in one's mind between gaze-at-subject and gaze-at-paper provides some interesting things to be attentive to...

I am so glad you're out here posting and doing fine things. I've been a bit bummed out about 'puter woes, and my sketch-hand was just not in synch today.

I like these pensive faces. Beautifully done.

Hi Laura:
Just had occasion to check out 101 faces. You are off to a great start. I am particularly fond of Asian Man.
Regards, Neil

I see what you mean about this method becoming a gimmick, but it's wonderful. It makes a good sketch into something special. I'm sure you can explore it in many different ways before you reach that point.

Wow and Wow!!! This new project is just fantastic.

Thanks, everybody. I'm figuring it out as I go along! It's great fun to have you as fellow travelers!

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