I was on a tight schedule, so I got in a couple of quick sketches and added the color at home. The baker was constantly on the move, making loaf after loaf in the back of the shop. He was too quick for me to try to measure, so he came out differently proportioned than in reality.
Next, I tried to get a little group at the children' table. A woman was reading to two little girls, one in fur vest, boots, and gathered skirt and the other in a ballet tutu. I love how they dressed with such pizazz, even in the cold, wet weather.
Ordinarily, I probably wouldn't post rough, crookedy sketches like these, but Deb and were talking about how we'd like it if people posted here more often, so here's my contribution. I hope to sketch with lots of you in 2016 and I hope lots of you will post your creations here, too.
Oh, and try to get to Tabor Bread while Rita's show is up to see her work and to have some delicious treats, and maybe make a sketch. You won't regret it!