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Adrift the River of Life as an Artist
Eileen F. Sorg's studio is full of a natural history collection that includes bones, feathers, eggs and taxidermied specimens. Her sideways journey into the world of art started before she can remember.
Also in this issue:
Step by Step: Have you ever wondered how to use watercolor pencils with a waterbrush? Look no further than Carolyn Chua's step by step Spring Ginger tutorial!
Tips: Using drafting film surface for colored pencil & planning for color, made easy.
NEW SECTION: Draw Me! Draw the friendly bird, snap a picture, send it in for a chance to win a $15 gift certificate
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Fairly informative, a lot of great advice and a little technique for beginners
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The article on Eileen Sorg was especially inspiring to me as I've always done wildlife type portraits but am trying my hand at some still life's. The possibilities of combining them is something I hadn't even considered until I saw her remarkable works. Thank you Ann and Eileen!
Love your magazine. Very Inspiring