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Every time I am sitting under the 405 freeway waiting to pick up Mitchell at UHaul, I think about trying to sketch the freeway overhead. ARGH! Not easy… So my first page was the drawing above… I usually sit facing … Continue reading
Many parts of Portland smells sweeter, floral right now. Puffy trees line the parks and streets, looking like bridesmaids. They are so delicate… This year the rains came later and that is good… blossoms stayed put for days! I had … Continue reading
Following on the discussion I was having about how other creatives shape our art, recently an urban sketcher was reiterating how it is not right to ink at the location and add colors later… the colors are not true from … Continue reading
No, not spelling it wrong. Anna Bannana’s Cafe in St. John’s is where Aussie Debi and I went for Turkey Panini and coffee! I must have a bottle of Robert Oster Thunderstorm ink… I am addicted to his inks! Indigo, … Continue reading
It started with a sketch looking north at the Ross Island Bridge while waiting to see a client, a beautiful fall day. In anticipation of Inktober coming, I also had a waterbrush filled with diluted grey ink. Watercolors back in … Continue reading
The 2018 Pelikan Hub happened Friday night. My first time, and wow I will never miss another. It happened at the Lucky Lab on Hawthorne. Oddly, my sketch while waiting for it to start (after dinner) is in Robert Oster’s … Continue reading