Tasmania Sketchbook in full

July 1, 2014 | 7 Comments

Further to yesterday’s big review of the old vs new moleskine watercolour sketchbook paper… here is my Tasmania sketchbooks in one. The first half of this book is in the New book, the second half is in the Old book.
If you can’t see this – follow the link here

Also over on my sketching architecture blog I have shared some thoughts about sketching the complex Tasmanian Heritage Council building in Hobart. More here

7 Comments

  • Liz Steel says:

    thank you Annee!!! I was so inspired by everything in Tasmania!

  • Annee says:

    I enjoyed your book a lot – of course I haven't read all your entries – that will take a while. Fresh colours, spontaneity and immediacy – speed sketching. Great variety in Tassie.

  • Yeesh. Lost my comment. Anyway, loved reading about the changes to the Moleskine watercolor sketchbooks. My favorite of your samples looks to be the back side of the new papers. They do not seem to have as much granulation (which I've never been a real fan of) and beautiful color blending capabilities. And as always, I love seeing your paintings.

  • Liz Steel says:

    thank you Sherry – yes the back side is better!

  • Liz Steel says:

    thanks Serena – you have no idea how inspiring it is to get comments like yours!

  • Serena Lewis says:

    Beautiful sketchbook, Liz…..you are so inspiring! 🙂

  • Caroline says:

    Thank you so much for posting the Tassie sketchbook. It's really helpful and inspiring to be able to see the layouts. Love the way you use the page.

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