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Below are the artbooks and products featured in September 2021.
- My Neighbor Hayao: Art Inspired by the Films of Miyazaki
- The Sister Who Ate Her Brothers: And Other Gruesome Tales
- Sketching from the Imagination: Storytelling
- DC Comics Cover Art
- Character Design Collection: Heroines
- A History of Pictures for Children
- Chromatopia: An Illustrated History of Color
- Tropical Fruit by Desmond Tate
- How To Light Your Dragon by Didier Levy and Fred Benaglia
- The Art of Luca
- Morpho: Anatomy for Artists by Michel Lauricella
- All Wrapped Up: Botanicals by Edith Rewa
- iPad mini 6 (2021)
- Samsung S21 and Note 20
- Osprey fountain pens
- M1 Macbook Air (2021)
- Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable
- Artistic Perspective: Interior Spaces from Your Point of View by Carlo Stanga
- Play with Unexpected Materials by Adolfo Serra
- From Illustrations to Merchandise: Market Your Artwork by Louise Lockhart
- Paper cutting art with Tiffany
- What you can do with sketchbooks
- Florence Rooftop Sketch (timelapse)
- Osprey Pens can work with Zebra G nibs (quick guide)
- How to use social media effectively as an artist
- Architectural Styles: A Visual Guide Review (book review)
- Compress details while sketching (timelapse)
- Review: Gaomon PD1320 Pen Display
- Tiffany learns watercolour
- FPR Jaipur V2 with Extra Flexible Nib (review)
- Gaomon PD156 Pro pen display (review)
- iPad 9 (2021) Artist Review: Good Drawing Performance Despite Limitations
- ASUS Zenbook Pro Duo 15 OLED (UX582): Ultimate Multitasker
- iPad mini 6 (2021) Artist Review: There are Screen Issues
- Best Drawing Apps for Android Tablets
- Artist Review: Samsung S21 and Note 20
- Pitaka MagEz stand and case for iPad Pro 2021
- Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable (artist designer review)
- M1 Macbook Air (artist designer review)
- Samsung Tab S7 FE vs Tab S7+ (artist review)
- Huawei MatePad 11 vs MatePad Pro 10.8 (2021)
- Artist Review: Huawei MatePad Pro 10.8 (2021)
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