This past weekend was another
Good Bones workshop at Seattle's iconic Pike Place Market. The weather was so unusually warm and sunny that the market was just packed, and it was hard to find places to sketch. But this group of intrepid sketchers was GREAT, and they weren't daunted! If you can sketch in the crowds of Pike Place Market, you can sketch anywhere pretty fearlessly!
Friday covered basic perspective, Saturday was basic watercolor for sketchers, and Sunday, about half the folks showed up to join a large crowd of Seattle Urban Sketchers at the Starbuck's new Roastery in Capitol Hill.
Thanks to Jane and Kate for setting up the USk date to allow the workshop folks to participate too...it was amazing to see everyone's sketches.
Thanks to Pentalic and Bee Papers for sponsoring this workshop by providing TWO wonderful sketchbooks for everyone! They are the same sketchbooks that I love and use, thanks so much to Joe at Pentalic in nearby Oregon for these wonderful books!
Thanks so much to all those who participated in this past weekend's workshop. I hope you'll continue to sketch, and I hope we'll see each other at future USk sketchcrawls!
March 20-22 is the next Good Bones workshop that will cover Advanced Perspective-- two+ point perspective, slopes, and more. There are three open spots in that workshop, so please contact me if you are interested!