A friend invited me to watch his SCA group (Society for Creative Anachronism) spar using and wearing medieval weaponry and armour, respectively. It was really challenging, as it always is when capturing figures constantly moving at fast speed. And unlike other gestural drawing I've done - none of their moves were repeated,like dancers going through a... Continue Reading →
Just a couple more additions to my Urban Sketchers Sydney page. One of Marrickville Road and a couple down at Tempe – which is well worth another visit. But why is it that I always ended up going on overcast days? For a more detailed look and read click here.
Although I have been drawing heaps these last few months, not a lot to show on this blog site. But hoping to fit in more hand studies in July. However, managed to do two urban sketches - unfortunately one month apart. Now that it is winter the days are shorter and we have had the... Continue Reading →
The weather has been topsy-turvy over this Easter Long Weekend, but I managed to fit a few in. To see all my sketches in full go to my Urban Sketchers page. Cheers!
Spent a Sunday afternoon at the Addison Road Community Centre. The organic markets are on, and after 10am the Bower and Reverse Garbage are open. It's has a great vibe and very encouraging of the arts. To view my Urban Sketches of Marrickville, click here. For more info: The Bower, Reverse Garbage and Marrickville Organic Market I've... Continue Reading →
Through my friends at Sydney Sketch Club I have been invited to contribute to Urban Sketchers Sydney. All I know about Urban Sketchers is that it is a massive online group who are a passionate about drawing, drawing journals and the urbanscape. Put it plainly, if we were watching a Star Wars film - they'd... Continue Reading →