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Day 6 Sketches & Confusion on Artsomofo

Tonight I wrote the next article for Rob's Art Lessons, due to update on Saturday. I'm getting into a good habit of writing topical blog entries before my update day. One of my goals this month is to get in the habit of updating weekly on all three of my topical blogs. So naturally for "How to Draw a Cat" I sketched white rats from memory. You'll understand on Saturday. :D

White Rats from Memory
2 1/2" x 3 1/2"
Pigma Micron pen size 05 on Stillman & Birn Gamma Series Sketchbook.

Come into the shadow of this red rock
8 1/2" x 11"
Derwent pastels six color Earth Tones bubble pack
Stillman & Birn Gamma Series Sketchbook 100lb heavy ivory multi media paper
Photo reference from reference image library on WetCanvas.

Okay. I'm mirroring this post here on my own LJ as I would anyway. Someone changed the settings on artsomofo. First my post with my Day 5 sketches got queued for moderator approval instead of just appearing. Then this post got the message that I'd reached the message limit for this client-group queue. What gives? I've been a member of Artsomofo for years!

Yesterday the uploader didn't work on either account and today I'm getting blocked from a community where I've been a longstanding poster. This bites. It's probably some kind of administrative accident when they fixed the uploader - at least I hope it is and not that our group got trolled so nastily that no one can do more than one post.
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