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  2. Lisa

    You are an amazing gifted artist with a talent for making people happy. Your characters should be made into a movie. They have so much expression that they really touch people. I wish I had such a talent. Thank you for sharing yours!

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  7. Excelentes dibujos. Sería importante que queden inalterables con el paso del tiempo para que todos los que pasen por las calles puedan disfrutarlos. Bellísimos dibujos. Es un placer verlos por fotos me imagino lo que será para los niños y los adultos verlos directamente. Gracias por poner color a las calles que en muchos países se han tornado tan peligrosas.

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  9. Jennifer

    wish You could come to our town and brighten it up what a fun adventure it would be to find all of your hidden Gems!

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  11. Meg

    Creative way to brighten up the urban environment. How does one locate your drawings? Or do you just have to find them? We’re headed to Ann Arbor in a few weeks and I wanted to check it out. Thanks!

    • Thanks! The chalk drawings don’t generally last long enough to make it worth mapping out their locations, but there might be some out there somewhere, and I do have one permanent mural on fifth avenue between the library and the post office. I hope you enjoy your visit!

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    • Mostly just regular Crayola sidewalk chalk (although I find that the old-school chalks blend better than the new “washable” ones), plus a few soft pastels when deeper colors are called for and vine charcoal for the shadows and details. You could use other kids of charcoal instead, but the vine sticks wash away easily and fit behind my ear.

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