|Sketches from the morning session|
I was recently honored to be a Seattle 10x10 instructor for the tenth anniversary series of urban sketchers workshops . My workshop took place in two sessions on May 20, 2017, morning from 9-12:00 noon and afternoon from 2-5pm. This is a "dual reportage" of the morning with personal observations as well as a report on the workshop itself from my viewpoint as the instructor.
I'm leaving the original pencil outlines of my modular layout pattern so students can see how I used (or ignored) them. I added color later to the original 3 sketches done on site and added narrative, headlines and ephemera to complete my montage.
I collected 3 pieces of ephemera for the morning: a business card with earthy image from Terra Plata, parking stub for the day, and part of one of the ID cards I made for students.
Here's the morning group for USK 10x10 Visual Journaling Workshop, Sketching a Montage with Michele Cooper, instructor. (Cooper not in photo.)
|Sketches from the afternoon session.|
I ended up with more of a radial layout this
time, ignoring most of my penciled in layout frames. Again, I'm
combining my personal observations with reportage of the afternoon workshop.
added three pieces of ephemera from the afternoon: my USk business
card, partial card from one of my students' ID badge, the demo page from
my spiral sketchbook with the actual demonstration sketches done on
site for the afternoon class, glued on.
Here's the afternoon group for USK 10x10 Visual Journaling Workshop, Sketching a Montage with Michele Cooper, instructor. (Cooper not in photo.)
Thanks, everyone, for being such an inspiring group of students. It was great fun sharing a few tips and sketching our "sunny" city of Seattle with you!
I heard it was a very fun and informative class, Michele! Wish I could have been there.ReplyDelete
I appreciate the kind words about my workshop. It would have been great having you there.Delete