Tag Archives: suhita

Postcards for Democracy: Want some?

So you’re doing your bit, writing to your senator, sending out those postcards. Thank you! Here’s something for you. I turned one of my sketches from the Women’s March into a postcard.  Remember this sketch? It’s now a postcard for … Continue reading

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Lemon.

A quick 10 minute rainy day sketch. Lemon! Continue reading

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Speed Sketching a Parade

Speed drawing a parade, guess where? A series of 8 4×6 inch sketches all done in about a half hour. I love sketching like this! (I did have to go sit at my fantastic vantage point about an hour and … Continue reading

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Last Bits and Pieces from Chennai

Anywhere in Chennai you see golden statues of the politician MGR. On the banner behind him is the Jayalalitha.  It’s a bit eerie, they’re everywhere. On a more normal note, here’s a sugarcane juice seller on a street corner. And … Continue reading

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Coffee in Chennai

When in Chennai, drink filter coffee. And if you can help it, make sure you grab some at a tiny corner shop that pours your coffee just right. (wish I’d captured that pour in a sketch: here’s an instructables step-by-step on how to … Continue reading

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No sketching

The last couple of weeks seemed like a no-sketch weeks. But then I looked through my sketchbooks and there’s been a few sketches I managed to slip in. Nothing big, nowhere exotic. A bunch of places I’ve sketched at before and … Continue reading

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The calm after the storm.

Right now feels like the calm after the storm. Or maybe just before the next one. Sketching at home after a big trip is always hard. Looking for the interesting in the everyday means getting back into the practice of … Continue reading

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