These are lovely. Thank you for sharing...hope to see more. I think I will stop calling mine sketchbooks also :)
Thanks Ronda, I might call them Carnets de Travail all the time, LOL!
Way beyond sketching, Rolina. Really lovely, even beyond studies.
Rolina,These are SO beautiful!Connie
Love the colors! A friend of mine taught me to use and old book as a palette when doing mixed media, then turning the 'painted' pages into art. She also uses books to create 'altered books'. You might want to check it out - here is the link to her blog - http://windinnalteredbooks.blogspot.ca/
These are brilliant!!!
Love them Rolina! I love your scribbles, I know I have said that before. But they seem so personal to me. To see your "hand" in your work, is intriguing, and it draws me in. ( no pun intended)
Thanks so much, April, Connie, Val, Carol and Sheila - and here I was feeling a bit shy about these!Val, thanks for the link, very enjoyable to look at (I also follow Win Din's blog, her work is great)!
Rolina just browsed through your blog, you have a wonderful expression in colors and your unique style. Loved your sketchbook!
Thanks so much, Prerana - I love colour and am so pleased you like the sketchbook work!
That's just delicious colour!
very nice pages :D lovely coloursI tend to sketch a lot in my books, but thats probably because I use ink pens a lot. if i painted more, the pages would probably just be a brown mess :p
You really have a gift for color, Rolina! What a treat! Thank you for sharing these beautiful pages.
Thanks Jennifer (I am sure your painted pages would be lovely) You could print your linocuts directly into your sketchbooks and put washes of colour over them..Thanks too, Chris, I adore colour, and have studied it quite a lot over the years.
These are amazing Rolina! What medium was used? Show us more!!
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