I decided to sketch this dog, even though the people sitting with him (or her) were just as interesting.
My first 15-minute sketching session yielded the figure below. The position of the man’s hand on his head was unique among the readers gathered in the cafe. I concentrated on posture in my next sketch session, trying to establish relative positions of limbs as quickly as possible. I wasn’t always quick enough, as in the […]
I’m continue with my time-limited sketches in this post. I did a couple of the sketches below within my 15 minute break. (actually, his whole body should be smaller but…. oh well…) At another venue, I did the following sketches. The final sketch is the best.
I took my break in the shop today.
Another 15-minute sketch. I adjusted the scope of today’s sketch to include the table in the cafe with the most readers. I tried to capture posture and gesture, once again.
I bring a book and my sketch pad whenever I go to a place where I may be waiting. I have been limiting my sketch time to 15 minutes, which is long enough to fill an 8×5 inch sheet of paper with scribbling that indicates a sense of my visual environment. If I find myself waiting […]
It was so slow at work that I was able to take on the floor, behind the counter. Not one soul in the store. Another 15 minute sketch: