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Citysketch New York: Nearly 100 Creative Prompts for Sketching the Big Apple

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Part aspirational, part creative, and all doodle. Citysketch New York is a compilation of creative prompts geared to immerse you in the marvels of brilliant New York City. Finish partially created Manhattan skylines, sketch accessories to accompany a 'chic' 5th Ave wardrobe, doodle your own uniquely styled versions of Times Square, and loads more. With guided tips from a N ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published March 1st 2014 by Race Point Publishing
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Melissa Wood, a middle child of five, the daughter of an archeologist and a banker, grew up poring over the illustrations of Charles Addams and James Thurber, hoping to one day illustrate a book of her own. The family motto: "Education First" brought Melissa first to the following halls of learning:

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Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa: English Literature major, with minors in History and
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