A group of Seattle Urban Sketchers met to sketch the newly renovated King Street Station. It was stunningly beautiful and quite a sketching challenge. The set of photos of this sketch outing is here.
Before meeting up with the group, I stopped at Union Station. I got the sketch mostly done before it was time to leave. I colored it at home. I put into practice some things from the Mt. Vernon “Line to Color” workshop. I left some white space and I put in some foreground interest.
My first sketch at King St. Station was a larger view. The perspective was quite a challenge.
I did two more detail sketches. The first is one of the chandeliers as seen from above on the 2nd floor balcony.
The next is a detail of wall and lighting.
As usual, we met to share our sketches.