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Here are the artbooks and supplies featured in December 2020.
- Sacred Guardians by Aydeel Djoeharie and Alan Bay
- Paul Heaston Sketchbook 2019-2020
- The Art of Magic: The Gathering – War of the Spark
- The Art of Invader Zim
- The Art of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time
- Pep Talks for the Would-Be, Should-Be Artist
- Techniques for Beginners (The Urban Sketching Handbook)
- The Faith, The Dream by KC Lee
- Panty Warriors by Weijuinn
- Haruhiko Mikimoto Character Design Archives
- Steven Universe: End of an Era
- The Art of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
- The World of Cyberpunk 2077
- Deep Impress: Watercolor Study with Scenery of Bangkok
- Watercolour Sketchbooks from St Louis Art Supply
- Huion HS611 drawing tablet
- Kobo Clara HD e-Reader (with Kindle comparison)
- Ether Dual electric skateboard (Singapore)
- PENBBS 469 dual nib fountain pen
- Fountain Pens vs Technical Pens for Drawing
- Escoda Perla vs Barroco Synthetic Brushes
- Huion Kamvas 16 (2021) 120% sRGB pen display
- Samsung Tab S7 vs S7+ (Drawing Comparison)
- How life is like in Chinatown Singapore with the pandemic
- Let’s sketch motorbikes
- Yellow Pigment PY150 to PY159 Comparison
- Wild Dot Plant-based Watercolour (from Singapore)
- Review: Huion Kamvas 16 (2021) pen display
- Drawing Expressive People by Róisín Curé (book review)
- #CafeSketching at THE CAT CAFE at The Rail Mall
- BlueDew flex nib fountain pen (review)
- Parblo A610 Pro graphics tablet (review)
- Recreating Schmincke Super Granulating Watercolours (not a review)
- 2pt perspective panorama sketch (Vanguard Building)
- Street scene drawing tutorial with Concepts app
- Pigment PR102 Comparison
- A Small City by the Sea by Sue Anne Bottomley (book review)
- How to draw with your kid or young children
- Review: Veikk VK1200 pen display (11.6-inch 99% sRGB)
- Urban Sketching at Kampong Kapor (tutorial)
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