The Friday sketchers group from Urban Sketchers Seattle met at the Museum of Flight today. It would have been a perfect day for an outdoor outing, but one never knows in March. I used some of my guest passes to get a limited number of sketchers in for free.
I sketch here all the time. Today, I let the USk global flikcr pool’s weekly theme of “star
shapes” guide me. I knew I could find an aircraft with a star! This is a 1940 prototype
One place I’ve never sketched is the WWI environments. I wanted to do the trenches exhibit, with it’s crashed aircraft. But it was just tooo dark. So I sketched this ruined farmhouse which serves as a theater.
Stillman & Birn hardbound Zeta sketchbook; Platinum Carbon Black in a Platinum Cool Pen; Daniel Smith Watercolors
Sharing our sketchbooks:
The group photo with Boeing 787 Dreamliner (#3), Concorde and a shrink-wrapped B-29 in the background.
standing: Susan, Pat, Gwen, Peggy, Donna, Steve, Gloria, Frances
kneeling: Natalie, Tina, Kate
A few more photos are here.