story strands in my sketchbook project

A Creative Life, artist book, sketchbook, The Sketchbook Project

I’m beginning the ink work on my sketchbook for the Brooklyn Art Library’s sketchbook project. I’m starting in the middle and working my way out. In my last post you saw me sewing the binding and adding a page that will fold out. The work you see in these photos is on that fold out page. It’s in the middle of the book.

The waiters are one of my story strands. The birthday party is another. The recipes are still another story strand. I’m doing my best to link them visually – non-verbally.  We’ll see how it goes. But it’s a fun experiment!  Photos of my most recent progress below.

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the beginning of a fold out sheet in a sketchbook by Clancy for the Brooklyn Art Library

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the inner spread prior to opening the folds

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the fold-out pages folded out

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the inner fold-out sheet folded back into the sketchbook

If you want to follow this thread here’s a direct link to my last post https://sueclancy.com/2017/08/10/sketchbook-project-progress/

4 thoughts on “story strands in my sketchbook project

    1. Lol! Thanks! I’m trying a “new thing” in my working process too… instead of doing one page spread at a time I’m going through each page by character or element – even if the pages are mostly unfinished except for the one element or character.

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