A Peak At My Sketchbook
A few months ago, or earlier this year I should say, I figured out that it was much easier to use individual pages of paper for my illustrations. They're easier to work on, and easier to scan, which is important for the blog, and any future work I'd like to do with them. However, it's not as personal as a sketchbook. A sketchbook is almost like a diary, and I missed having one around.
This one is very cheap, and the quality isn't great. The paper waves instantly, and I have to stick something between pages I'm working on to prevent water or ink transfer, but it's perfect for what I want it for. It's great for brainstorming and taking notes. I like to do extra illustrations from runway shows in it, and I've started working on something else that I've been wanting to do for awhile, but I'm not confident enough to share yet. You can have this instead.