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When drawing designs it is generally good to start with rough sketching of the layout and slowly refine the drawing.  Here are various rough and finished sketches together with a picture of the finished project.




The below drawing was used to send out for approval to a customer with a price quote. This was on a Dervin Howard folder with bighorn sheep handle material.

The better drawing of the sheep was drawn in ink and the scroll in pencil.



 





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