|This delightfully named food cart (Euro Trash) is located at 43rd and Belmont in SE Portland. I didn't try any of their food this time, but I loved the name "Oregon Donor" of one of the menu items.|
Friday, September 17, 2010
This week at the Canvas, there was one model who wore an enormous black feather hat.
The tables at the Canvas have little armatures, which make for good warm-ups.
|With this, I decided to ignore the hat color.|
(Maybe the model will look like this when she's much older.)
|A pencil sketch of the model.|
|This pose was tricky for me to make interesting.|
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Ever since the Urban Sketching Symposium, in July, I've been much more interested in sketching instead of scanning, but I've decided to start posting some of my sketches from those incredible three days. Here are some quick sketches of some of the wonderful instructors. (Sorry to Jason for having words in his hair, but I drew it in the dark during his flickr lecture.)
JasonIsabel and LapinVeronica, whose foot was outside the thumbnail sketch.
Sunday, September 5, 2010
Several Portland Urban Sketchers sketched the White Eagle, a place that is now owned by the McMenamin brothers. It's a lot different than it was in the 70's when we danced on the peanut shells that littered the floor. I think the shadows and the perspective are questionable, but I like the power lines.
These were quick sketches of things inside the saloon. I didn't finish this while I was there, so I decided to fill up the empty space with text.
I had a delightful time sketching, eating, and chatting and laughing with friends at Pambiche.
These sketches were done at The Canvas, a terrific art bistro in NW Portland where you can sketch, drink, and eat in the company of other artistically-inclined people. There were two different models.
This was done in Louise's dining room. Matisse would have had a good time here.