Time for some gentle mockery of the local posters. (It’s either that or I’m gonna get myself a paintball gun…)
Cities are great for practicing observing, remembering, and drawing from memory. People come and go so quickly that you don’t get much time to see.
The scribble got done last week. Today remembered I’d used soluble graphite (yay!) so finished it off with a wash. Here’s the important tool—a little Sakura water reservoir brush. Miraculously leak proof in my bag. I’m enjoying the new Stillman & Birn sketchbook too … The paper doesn’t strike me as too different from any ordinary hardbound sketchbook but it has a really sturdy stitched binding so you can make the book lie flat without wrecking it. Nice.