rdean wrote:i'm now down to a 3x4, which fits in my back pocket, so i have no excuse for not carrying it.
i have drawn a bit in public - mostly on the train to work. people don't seem comfortable if you make eye contact with them, so i'd end up with a lot of drawings of the backs of people's heads (until discovering i could draw from their reflections in the windows). but a few times i did feel at ease, relaxed and the drawing flowed. that makes it worth while.
Karen wrote:The best experience I had drawing in public was at the zoo. It was summer time and a free admission day, so all the local schools were taking the students there. Crowds of kids gawking at animals. It was really cool to see them inspired while my friend and I were drawing the animals.
enrico wrote:... the interaction is indeed part of the fun ...
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