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When it’s 85 degrees, sunny and cloudless, anything seems possible, but this is April, so you never know when the rain will be back. But it’s fun to capture drippy skies with watercolor.
So the big trip to India is over, and I’m back in California. It’s always easy for me to sketch a lot when I travel: new place, new things to see, no day-job to go to…and it’s always hard to … Continue reading
Saravana Bhavan. Sunnyvale.
… When I start sketching indoors more and more- it’s always a challenge, finding new places I can sketch at while staying out of the cold. The “Hungry Hound” is a little joint in Los Gatos. I liked how the … Continue reading
Old-style diner in Willow Glen- or is it Campbell? Those tiffany-style lamps fit right in.
Sunset form my bedroom window.The trouble with sketching at sunset is that you’re looking directly into the glare, AND the color disappears from the scene really quickly as the sun goes down. It’s hard enough to draw staring right into … Continue reading
This house is just a block away from downtown Gilroy, but it seems like it’s miles away from anyplace. It’s a doctor’s office but I never see anyone going in there.
I lived b this gas station forever, and think of it as an eyesore, but it’s really quite graphic, -all red, black white and blue-and plastered with flyers and signs. I have to do more sketches of it.
I love when there’s people at the next table having really intense conversations: I can stare at them forever and sketch them and they don’t seem to notice at all. As soon as school starts, the mommies arrive in droves … Continue reading