The Seattle Urban Sketchers met for the regular sketch outing at the relatively newly renovated King Street Station. I took the opportunity of holiday decor to sketch what may be next year’s Christmas card!
8×10 on 140 pound Strathmore 400 series watercolor paper; Carbon Black Ink, Daniel Smith watercolors.
I had about 45 minutes left, so I quickly sketched view from outside.
About 5×7 on 140 pound Arches; Carbon Black Ink, Daniel Smith watercolors and Watercolor pencils.
After 2 1/2 hours sketching, we met back up to share our work and to have the usual group photo.
All the rest of the photos are here.
Two more quick sketches:
I’d arrived early on the light rail, so I stopped at Zeitgeist coffee. I had a quick warming beverage and a sketch of some patrons. Just an ink sketch as I didn’t have time to add watercolor.
Then on the train home, I sat next to the stowed stroller with its colorful pack of flowers!
It was a fun sketch outing with a chance to briefly meet some new sketchers. And it was productive. Four sketches in one day!