Category Archives: Sketchbook scans

Senior Couple Crossing Leary

Sightings of distracted people looking at their smartphones as they cross the street are the norm these days; what set this couple apart was their apparent age. Early seventies I would guess, a nimble and distracted early seventies.

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In the Clinic – random drawing

A couple drawn half from life, half from memory; a quick vignette from the waiting room yesterday. Drawn on my iPad using ProCreate software at 6B pencil setting.

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Drawing Critters at the Zoo

A good friend took it upon herself to organize a casual drawing group to do on-site sketching at Woodland Park Zoo this past weekend. How could I resist an event dubbed, ‘Drawing Critters in the Zoo’? We had a fortuitous … Continue reading

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Girl with iPhone (random sketch)

Scanned from one of my paper sketchbooks from sometime around 2013 … people are so still when they are reading on their smartphone.    

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Random sketchbook Scan (1) – Baby Elephant

As I find time to review old sketchbooks, I mark a few pages to throw on the platen of my Epson to scan when I have time. I’ll be randomly posting some of these with no theme or order, just like the sketchbooks … Continue reading

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