I was in Denver last week working on (you asked and it will be here soon!) an online class titled “Figure Sketching Made Simple”. Many, many thanks to the super team that worked with me in the studio and for months before on class content and organization.
And while class details will have to wait just a wee bit longer, here are my sketches from those few days. I’m going to have to go back to Denver to really experience the city. This time, it was all studio time and travel, which you can see from my sketches.
This one was Day 1 at the studios, I drew the setup while my producer Stephanie and I worked on the class and setup. Those huge cameras are quite amazing.
Note to self about this next unfinished sketch: If you are trying to capture how tall a camera is, do not draw in the super-tall cameraman into the same sketch.
And a quick capture from my hotel room window before the light faded. Yes, there were beautiful snow-covered mountains if I looked the other way. But me, I love cities. Give me a construction site to sketch and I am excited! Sketched in the too-quickly fading evening light.
Work mornings begin at 7:30 am. I finally sketched my view from the breakfast room at the hotel on my very last day, before I left for the airport to head back home.
And, one last sketch, at the airport, heading back home.
Stay tuned for class details, coming soon, and a chance to win the class for free.