An afternoon in Berkeley

From almost anywhere in Berkeley, you can spot the Campanile. On a sunny Friday afternoon, campus is just the happiest place: classes done for the week, students finally meet up, chat and lounge on the grass. Makes for great people watching. And sketching.



Which is exactly what we did a couple of weeks ago in the People and Places workshop  in Berkeley.

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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4 Responses to An afternoon in Berkeley

  1. Am wondering what you’re using for the line work in these sketches.


  2. rosjenke says:

    Great sketches. Your workshops sound so inspiring.


  3. I’ve sketched there on campus a couple of times – a great location! and you’ve captured the setting with its action and so expressively. Love the way you let your colors bleed and mix on paper to connect the picture pieces.


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