Warm winter days

It’s been an unusually warm winter, and we just had a couple of super-warm days, so I had no excuse to NOT sketch.

Day 1: Stanford Campus. Hoover Tower and Stanford Memorial Church. Everyone looks so intent and sincere as they bike about campus.

Day 2: Even warmer. 75 degrees.We headed out to Capitola Beach. Here is Capitola Pier. I spotted fishermen and went up to sketch them. No one caught anything, as far as I could tell, but they seemed so happy just to stand in the sun and cast their lines over and over again.

More sketches here.

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About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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11 Responses to Warm winter days

  1. Sharmila says:

    I LOVE all your work Suhita! So impressive!

  2. linisha says:

    Wonderful sketches!!!

  3. Yes, I have to agree with Sharmila ^^Up There^^ impressive!
    I would love to know what pens, ink, paint and paper you use Suhita.

  4. Cathy Holtom says:

    Beautiful sketches, full of life!

  5. Melissa says:

    Hey, these are really nice! Spontaneous, but finished looking too.

  6. Barbara B says:

    Wonderful sketches. I love the loose line and splashy paint.

  7. Rekhmina says:

    Your art work is beautiful! Very impressed!

  8. Alex Tan says:

    Love the way you use colors and make them flow so well together

  9. Gretchen von Rochow says:

    Lovely, saw these on craftgawker. Two questions; do you sell your work and if so, do you have any sketches of Coronado?

    Thanks for your time.


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