My first sketchbook

In the spring of this year, after two years of oil painting, I decided it was time to expand my repertoire when it came to painting and drawing.

Partly because I think it will help me become a better allrounder, but also because doing oil paintings demands a certain amount of free time.

A pen or pencil drawing you can leave and get back to at any time. The same goes for a watercolour painting, where you also need a lot less time cleaning up.

I have made it a goal to manage at least 15 – 20 minutes of painting/drawing a day, which has gone well so far. Some of the work has been done in my brand new sketchbook.

I bought it in july, but haven’t gotten around to start using it before now. But, from some of my quick sessions, this is the work that got added to the first pages:

 

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