We’re fatally enchanted by Dadu Shin’s sketchbook pages, each scanned and documented online for voyeuristic sketchbook-snoopers to page through. Delightful!
Tags: children's books, Dadu Shin, Drawing, illustration, Moleskines, Ohger, painting, process blogs, sketchbooks, watercolor
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I love getting the chance to peep inside people’s sketch books!
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