Open Bound Sketchbook by Piccadilly: Bullet Point Review and Sketches

Hello Citizens of the Blogosphere!

I love drawing whenever and wherever.  This is why I value sketchbooks so much. I just pop them in my bag and start drawing whenever inspiration strikes.

Today’s blog post is sort of a quasi-review of my latest sketchbook acquisition.

The Sketchbook: Open Bound Sketchbook by Piccadilly

Purchased At: Barnes and Noble

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Things I love about this sketchbook…

  • The cover is plain, making it a perfect base for illustrations.
  • The paper is nice and thick which allows it to stand up to permanent marker and ink.
  • The binding is awesome. The notebook easily lays flat while you are drawing.
  • I bought the medium size, which fits perfectly in most of my bags or purses.
  • At under $10, it is very affordable.

Things I don’t love about this sketchbook

  • Since the notebook cover is made of thick craft paper, it is prone to staining and general wear.
  • Ripping out pages reduces the integrity (and overall strength of the binding) of the notebook.
  • The paper is very absorptive, so it eats up ink.

Overall, I am very pleased with this notebook, and I am thinking of buying the larger size… just because.

Here are a few of the sketches I created in my new notebook.

That’s all for now.

If you like my art or even just find it interesting, follow this blog @ annotatedaudrey.wordpress.com

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As always, thank you so much for taking time to read this post!

Audrey

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Copyright Notice:

All images contained in this post are copyrighted by the artist. All rights reserved. Please do not use these images without permission.

I encourage you to share these images, but if you do please give me credit as I worked hard to create these pieces.

Thank You!


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