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Sketchbook Project 2011 Efforts.



















Here is the first completed double page from my sketchbook. I've been working on 4 open pages at the same time (as you do) but I really don't like my chances for getting the whole book done. I realise now that the project has been going since July (?) whereas I thought October was the start and so only felt one month behind. Now I feel five months behind. Less than a month before I 'postmark' it (sorry, but I don't know what that means - does it mean so long as it is postmarked the 15th of Jan they will accept it no matter how long it takes to arrive??). But I told myself this would not be a stressed project because it is after all the holiday season. Relax.

Comments

Minnado said…
Loving the new header and profile pic. The sketchbook is looking fab so far, good luck, and hope it's not much stress to complete.
Great new header- and good job on the pages- it looks great.
karenw said…
Love the new header, and I love those sketches. just wonderful. Far too talented. xxx
KERRY said…
I think it looks fantastic. Would very much like to see more. Yes, I agree...lovely new blog look too!
pepper said…
oh nice one. i looked at doing that too, but argh. keep it up! (I'll be your cheer squad!)
Pepper x
Kylie said…
It's fabulous! Don't worry about the limitations, use the project as an excuse to do your own thing I say! ;) Kx
Kylie said…
Forgot to say...
That new header is FAN-TAS-TICO!!!!!!
:) Kx

p.s. golf buggy went to someone else I'm afraid, but thank you so much for the support :)

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