There’s still two days left in the 100 people in One Week sketch challenge! The social media air waves have been filled with speedy people-sketches. Maybe it’s getting a little much? Nevertheless, since I’ve been busy in my own way, here’s some samples. Whether or not I get to 100, who cares? Certainly not me.
The lovely lady in the Fool’s Parade towering over us and waving her flag. (done from a photo of course!)
If you live around Sebastopol you may recognize this guy – a fixture in the community, always dancing around with the manic look in his eye.
And one last Hubbub Club musician in the signature colors (and hiking shoes).
Bob (my husband) was learning a new book binding method and let me use this tiny one for my 100 people. The newspaper was a good source of faces that day. I did two of Attorney General Barr because the top one didn’t reveal the tilt of the head and other signs of stress. I almost got Netanyahu’s smirk, but need to learn to exaggerate more!
Lurking in the Whole Foods dining area here. The paper is smooth so the paint sits on the surface – actually pretty fun to work with as the colors creep into each other.
I’m using fountain pen with brown ink here, and discovering the fact that I can no longer see clearly across a room without my distance glasses and can’t focus on my sketchbook and brush without my prescription readers. Time for graduated lenses, but until then. . .messy sketches.
The black thread is a bit distracting, but I love this little book because I can feel free in it!
Another day at the restaurant at Cornerstone Gardens. More sketches (not people) from there later.