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Here are the artbooks and supplies featured in September 2020.
- New Botanical Painting by Harriet De Winton
- How to Draw Almost Everything Volume 2: An Illustrated Sourcebook
- Frameables Cloudscapes and City Lights: 21 Prints for a Picture-Perfect Home
- The Illustrated World of Tolkien by David Day
- The Complete Urban Sketching Companion
- Royal London Sketchbook by John Cleave
- A Travel Guide to Sketching on the Move by Alvin Mark Tan
- Shiok, Sia! Sketching Singapore’s Favourite Desserts
- Shiok, Sia! Sketching Singapore’s Favourite Street Food
- Hand Drawn Vancouver: Sketches of the City’s Neighbourhoods, Buildings, and People
- The Art of Onward
- Just Draw Botanicals: Beautiful Botanical Art, Contemporary Artists, Modern Materials
- Just Draw Fineliner Art: Incredible Illustrations Crafted With Fineliner Pens
- Blade Runner 2049 – Interlinked – The Art
- ArtGraf magenta and green
- Refillable Brush Pen from Straits Art
- Commuterpak tablet sling bag by Funk St Outfitters
- iPad Pro vs Samsung Tab S7+
- C-FORCE Portable 4K Touchscreen Monitor (CF015xT)
- Inktober 2020 x Viviva Colors Sketchbook
- Winsor & Newton Series 7 Kolinsky Sable Brush
- Samsung Tab S7+
- CommuterPak: A compact bag for tablet and sketching supplies
- Can you draw on a portable external monitor? (CForce CF015xT review)
- Daniel Smith Series 5 Colours
- What’s that doing at the Flower Dome @Gardens by the Bay
- 200K Subscribers Giveaway
- Basheer Graphics Books (Aug 2020)
- Book Review: Hand Drawn Vancouver by Emma Fitzgerald
- iPad Pro vs Tab S7+ (Artist Review)
- Winsor Newton Series 7 Brush (Part 1/2)
- How good is Clip Studio on an Android tablet (Tab S7+)
- Sultan Mosque Framed by Shophouses (timelapse sketch tutorial)
- Lightfast test batch 2
- Strathmore Watercolor Travel Journal with 100% Cotton
- VivivaColors Inktober 2020 Sketchbooks
- Artist Review: Samsung Tab S7+
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