Sunday, July 13, 2014

#WCSKETCH, Part Two: Park Blocks Ahoy!

On the second day of the 2nd Annual West Coast Urban Sketchers Sketchcrawl, I was impressed by how many early birds were ready to go--easels and everything!--first thing in the morning.

I tried a second view of our friend Teddy Roosevelt, back-lit by the glare off the skyscraper...

And ultimately flopped in the shady park for a while, watching the art babies make friends with each other.

I'll toss a few spare sketches from the day onto my own blog,, in case anyone is craving more. Such fun! Eager to see what everyone else drew--I feel like I didn't get to absorb enough skechbooks in person during the sharing sessions, there was just so much to look at.


  1. I am continually amazed that you are able to multi task with baby Maggie and sketch....wonderful! I think your sketch of Teddy was one of the most successful I saw that day. I like that you didn't try to get the whole figure in...!

    1. Thank you, Deb! I knew that I had to squeeze in the horse's ears or it wouldn't make much sense, but yeah, was very happy to crop!