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Take the Detour

Do you find yourself reaching for the same supplies whenever you start to sketch? Are you working with the same tools and techniques over and over again? Do your sketches look like more of the same when you flip through the pages of your sketchbook? It’s good to switch things up once in a while—to hit the refresh button, so to speak.

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