We met at Café Murano and got a real treat. George served up $1.00 lattés, coffee and espresso. Here's George behind the bar:
On the way from the Café to the Japan Center we passed the intersection of Post Street and Fillmore so I stopped to give it a draw. Sketchcrawl artists carry everything they need for the day in messenger bags or backpacks.
Once inside the Japan Center, I tried finding anyone that was holding still but not much luck. I did find a lady making her part of a display of Ikenobo Ikebana or flower arranging, which is a fine art. Then I passed by a shop with a display of small rabbit sculptures and a note saying this is the Year of the Bunny.:Charlene --
It's really impressive how you can have such a fluid drawing style but with a solid grasp of the perspective and construction of the scene. Nice line work.Cameron --
I like the graphic treatment of the whole page as well as the black and white simplicity of each drawn item.Bluebed --
Wonderfully loose. Fun with movement, exaggeration, brushwork and line. A fantastic variety of characters, faces, expressions and even styles of drawing. I think I may even recognize a few.Enrico --
I didn't think we were measuring productivity here, one is enough! Your watercolor is full of warm light and delicate shadow and just the right mingling of stillness and movement.