Monday, May 27, 2013

Portland's Union Station

A very warm and sunny May 25th found me at NW Portland's Union Station, exploring this fine example of late 19th century architecture. After a bit of looking around, I positioned myself on a stairwell on the west side of the station, and got out my sketch tablet and a micron pen. Later on, I wrapped things up at the nearby Luck Lab Beer Hall, and used a bit of ale to moisten my paints. I love this kind of outing!




4 comments:

  1. Nice work! And watercoloring with beer certainly gives you bonus points, ha ha.

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  2. I like it a lot. Did you really use beer on your drawing? That is cool.

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  3. Yes indeed! I used some Superdog IPA to moisten my watercolors ~ it worked just fine, and it was quite handy at the time. Cheers!

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