I was just talking about how I have to edit, and
here is a journal entry which I can’t post… with a
quickie sketch of a polychrome chair I am working on this weekend.
This sketch is in Robert Oster Charcoal ink, really a dark purple-grey.
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That’s another Robert Oster ink I have on my wish list. It is perfect for your chair illustration.
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Got it! Thanks.