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May 22, 2012


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I've learned that about myself, too, which is why I'll photograph sketches while I'm working to check things. Maybe it has to do with seeing 3D as 2D?


I know what you mean about "seeing" in a photograph. I sometimes post things on my blog and then look at them and say, "Eeew. . . that's really asymmetrical" or something similar. But it's all part of the learning process for me. So that's okay.

Winnie Dolderer

She looks very cool! Sounds like you have lots of good things on the horizon (book etc)...Just wait for this storm to pass....

betsy sammarco

Ha Dina! Having your journals at Northridge sounds like a good problem! Can't wait!

Carol P

I think she is very cool too. Her proportions add interest to me! I know I will love it both ways. Can't wait to see the before and after. A little bird told me some good(no...strike that...)great news the other day! I know you are terribly busy and probably very exhausted. But remember, this too will pass and there will be an end to the rush but it will all be worth it in the end. Your efforts are soooooo appreciated by us. Thanks for all you do.


I 'see' things in the photograph that I never notice in the real thing as well - it must be a perspective thing.

I like the boldness of this - I look forward to seeing the whole thing!

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