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Hello my dear visitors and fellow artists!

This is my second sketchbook tour. I just recently finished this sketchbook and it took me 2 years. You can see progression from tight drawings to loose sketches where I stop caring about the rendering so much.

Watch the video to see what tools I use and what I draw to practice. I have few more sketchbooks that I will share in future.

Come back every week to see more videos like this one.

If you are curious about my other art follow me here:

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Twitter: twitter.com/KasiaSlupecka
Instagram: @manequim

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  1. charlismith

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