Friday, October 20, 2017

Chair _ inktober

Old Poway Park with Inland Painters

I worked with pen and ink but I will try oil next time. This is a 1:12-minute Lydeo of the artists and a bit of Old Poway Park from the Train Station.


Saturday, October 14, 2017

Bates Nut Farm Scarecrow Contest

I attended an event at the Bates Nut Farm with the San Diego Urban Sketchers today. Many of us drew the scarecrows during the scarecrow contest. I created my sketch with a brush pen and watercolor.
 This is a 3:09-minute video of the event showing the scarecrows, the artists, and their sketches.

Friday, October 13, 2017

A quote from the minimalists


Change is possible. You can make yourself into someone you want to be.

Life Drawing

These are 2 pages from the life drawing session this morning at Judy's. We had 30 second, 1 minute, 2 minute poses then went on the 5s, 10s, and a 20-minute pose. I sketched in a Daler Rowney Sketchbook with 65 lb paper.

5 and 10 minute poses.
Japanese Brush Pen and watercolor.

20-minute pose, pencil and watercolor

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Drawing at the Opera

Several artist groups were invited to the San Diego Civic Center to sketch during the dress and music rehearsal of Pirates of Penzance. I participated in this event last night. We had a little reading light and kept very quiet while drawing. It was a fun challenge drawing the moving singers. I dropped in watercolor on the first few sketches but decided my sketchbook was too big for me to be painting quickly.








Monday, September 25, 2017

Sketchbook page TV drawings


My Daler Rowney sketchbook is 11 x 14 so I used a carpenters pencil to draw with. I wanted a line that would not get lost on the large paper. This sketchbook paper is 65 lb and does not hold water very well.


Saturday, September 23, 2017

Wavecrest Woodie Fest 2017 - San Diego Urban Sketchers


At the Wavecrest Woodie Fest 2017 with the San Diego Urban Sketchers. This 3-minute video shows woodies, the Urban Sketchers and their sketches after 2 hours of drawing.