Monthly Archives: September 2014
With the cooler weather and the rain, it does feel like autumn has arrived. I picked up these items last Friday and today arranged them to sketch.
Despite the fact that Sketchbook Skool is on-line, several Klassmates have made connections via Facebook. A few of us from the Pacific Northwest met Saturday in Port Townsend to sketch and share. I made some name tags since only a … Continue reading
The Urban Sketchers Seattle Friday ad hoc met at Jefferson Park. It as raining heavily as I drove there but I hoped for the best. Soon after our 10am meeting time, it stopped raining. The Luck of the Sketchers! However, … Continue reading
Last night I had another good session of sketching at the AFK Renton Drink and Draw. Our model was Rachel, dressed in excellent Steampunk kit! There was some color and many interesting accessories to add. I’ll start with my final … Continue reading
The slow season has started at the Museum of Flight. Even while greeting visitors yesterday and answering their questions, there was plenty of time to do a line drawing in the pocket Moleskine. I colored it later.
Torah was another excellent model for our AFK Drink and Draw session. She is cosplaying the Red Assassin from an RPG called Numenera . A friend of hers wrote/worked on the game and he is thrilled to have someone … Continue reading
Yesterday at the Fort, while waiting for the main sketch of the pumpkin patch to dry, I did this small sketch in the pocket Moleskine. It shows the very tall corn….. it’s at least 10 feet tall. I forgot to … Continue reading
Autumn is approaching, if the size of these pumpkins is any indication. I had a productive sewing shift at Fort Nisqually today. I finished before the time I was scheduled to meet with Fort staff in charge of period clothes. … Continue reading
I left last Wednesday, 10 September for a visit to New Mexico. I didn’t get much time for sketching as I was with my husband and two friends. While waiting at the airport, I got a couple quick drawings of … Continue reading