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Halloween is a serious holiday in our house. Actually we can just call October one big holiday. Hubbie starts thinking of his Halloween costume months in advance. So its not a big surprise that I have been doodling Halloween.
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Posted at 12:24 PM in Sketchbook | Permalink
Those are adorable! I just sketched a witch and a vampire, so we're on the same wavelength :)
September 17, 2008 at 09:54 AM
Well, I hate you both since I can't draw anything. All your sketches are so cute! I love the ghost with socks and the tombstone with the hand coming up. It makes me think of "Carrie."
September 18, 2008 at 12:39 PM
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