Stephanie Bower was teaching her “Good Bones” workshop in Seattle again this weekend. I took it about a couple years ago. (she’ll be teaching a couple different versions later in the Spring: http://www.stephaniebower.com/workshops.html and for those who can’t make
it to Seattle, she has a Craftsy class )
I’m a big fan. She really helped me with perspective in that workshop. And I admire her art a great deal.
Today was a half day in the field with her workshop. She invited Urban Sketchers to join the group and I did. It was a good day to be inside the gorgeous Victorian interior of Seattle’s Amtrak station as it was pouring buckets of rain much of the morning.
On the way from the light rail station to King St., I passed over the pedestrian bridge and watched some crows for a few minutes. I also saw an Eagle being pursued noisily by a flock of gulls.
Photos from the workshop:
I guess I was inspired by the workshop. This sketch is rather a milestone for me. I think this is the best perspective sketch I’ve done. Ever.
All photos are here https://redharp.smugmug.com/SketchOutings/2016-0306-Stephanies-workshop/