Windows in Ho Chi Minh, Westbury and Switzerland

Window-Swapping once a week with friends means I’m building a collection of window views from all over the world. I’m trying different tools and techniques, being inspired by what we’re chatting about and by the sort of subjects others pick and how they tackle them.

Snow is a subject I don’t come across very often in life. It was fun to tackle this scene and work in a muted color palette.

Here are two very different settings, a pastoral scene and an urban one.

All three pieces share a kind of dense, mark-filled look I am enjoying using a lot just now. Here are closeups from the three pieces where you can see those marks more closely.

If you haven’t used tried this yet, go to window-swap.com and find a window to look through today.

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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1 Response to Windows in Ho Chi Minh, Westbury and Switzerland

  1. Jana Hoffman says:

    I just spent half an hour on Window Swap!! Wow. So fun. Thanks! I am going to try to do quick sketches of a few as well. Great idea.

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