I've been on a couple of urban sketch-outs since my last post. YAY!
First up was sketching from the Goodwill Bridge.
I sat just beside the Cafe on the Goodwill Bridge
and, with a long black coffee close by, sketched the view in pen.
I was in the shade to begin with but, after we had the morning tea break,
the sun was hitting me hard to the point where I felt faint
so I quickly splashed on some watercolour before calling it a day.
This was as far as I got and I'm happy to leave it that way.
I had planned to just sketch the ferris wheel
but my pen took on a life of its own and, before I knew it,
it had filled the double page.
A couple of weeks later, I was back on the bridge for another sketch-out
at the Queensland Maritime Museum
which is located at the southern end of the Goodwill Bridge.
I ended up on the bridge again sketching the view of the museum below.
I had just sketched the light on the Carpentaria Light Ship when we decided
to break for an early morning tea.
While having morning tea, it started raining so we all decided
to stay undercover at The Ship Inn and sketch our view from there.
This was my viewpoint.
I very much enjoy meeting up with other artists who also enjoy sketching.
If you're in Brisbane and interested in joining our Urban Sketch group,
go HERE for the Facebook group and,
go HERE for the Flickr group.
The Flickr group is new.
This week, I'm linking up to Sunday Sketches HERE.