or sketch book
Origin of sketchbook
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Examples from the Web for sketchbook
But the Sketchbook Project confines itself to restricting only submissions that might endanger the staff.
Instead, your $25 entry fee gets you a sketchbook that appears handmade.
The Sketchbook Project is trying to change our relationship with art.
Hicks travels with a tiny loom, the way other artists carry a sketchbook or point-and-shoot camera.Woven Idols
May 11, 2012
But Bomb is content to be a sketchbook, a collage of ideas and scenes—a memoir.Why Some Memoirs Are Better As Fiction
January 19, 2010
It has a picturesque situation, and some buildings that claim a place in the sketchbook.The Valleys of Tirol
R. H. Busk
Mr. Rowland dropped his sketchbook, took off his hat, and stood as if in worship.The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land
It was a leaf from Miss Mannersley's sketchbook, the one on which she had been sketching.
He handed me a note written in pencil on a leaf from Miss Mannersley's sketchbook.
A very useful article to carry paper, or a sketchbook, or to press leaves and flowers and convey them home.A Manual of Wood Carving
Charles G. Leland
- a book of plain paper containing sketches or for making sketches in
- a book of literary sketches
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