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At the fictional Tiger’s Shadow dojo, Ms. Lauren, one of the assistant instructors and kids’ karate instructors, holds a “boundary board” for each student, inspiring them to be more confident in themselves and turn their “negatives” into “positives”.

Imagined on the Eight-O-Five (Metra Rock Island 8:05 PM evening train) to third shift, July 29. Developed further on lunches and work breaks overnight.

Imagined over a couple of apples and a medium black coffee, July 25. Developed over lunches and work breaks overnight

Crayola, Faber-Castell, Derwent, and Prismacolor colored pencils; Crayola art markers, Crayola washable watercolors, a Paper-Mate black ballpoint pen, two drafting pencils, a Prismacolor Premier illustration marker, drafting pencils, and a Sharpie
On a Moleskine cahier notebook
3.5″ x 5.5″