Drawing Fabric and Female Figure studies – Quarantine Sketchbook Practice


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In this video I would love to share sketches I have drawn in 2020 so far during the quarantine. These are some detailed studies + quick 5-15 min sketches. If you like this video please don’t forget to leave a like and subscribe!:)

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