sketch pad


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Noun1.sketch pad - a book containing sheets of paper on which sketches can be drawnsketch pad - a book containing sheets of paper on which sketches can be drawn
book, volume - physical objects consisting of a number of pages bound together; "he used a large book as a doorstop"
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With the help of a pair of binoculars, a sketch pad, and a pen, Joyce makes an unexpected friend and sets in motion a summer she'll never forget.
Rather than just talking about and pointing at the new sheet metal-the car features a new "cascading grille," that will become the new face of Hyundai, a modified profile, and an all-new back end, including slim taillights--Chris Chapman, chief designer, Hyundai North America Design Center, and his colleague at the facility, design manager Eddie Lee, were on stage with a sketch pad and markers and they proceeded to draw the key features of the car.
Excited for his first showing in New Jersey, Josef Kote visited Stone Harbor, Avalon, and neighboring New Jersey shore communities a few months back with sketch pad in hand.
Musk, Tesla CEO, recently used his fine art skills to introduce Tesla owners, or maybe possible new customers, to the new Tesla sketch pad.
These images begin to take form when Demetriou gets his sketch pad and goes outside.
A couple of years ago Richard decided to set up a small business called Brad's Sketch Pad - and soon people started commissioning him to create his unique pieces of art.
When using the local landscape Andy takes himself out into the countryside, with a notebook and sketch pad.
But after two shows in 1990 with ITV - his Sketch Pad and Davro - the comedian's brand of humour went into decline and the ratings dropped.
You must bring with you a sketch pad and a pencil and you can draw me and the solicitors for two hours each day, only me and the solicitors, and I will review the matter on Wednesday of next week.
Hirschfeld liked to work live, primarily at rehearsals or at opening night performances, with his sketch pad typically tucked halfway into his pocket so that no one else could see his work in progress.
We will now try to find a geometric connection to the above algebraic formula using a geometry sketch pad convergence of a sequence.