After months with no sketchwalks, Urban Sketchers Tel Aviv met up at Gan Meir for a sketch session. Here are the results:
It’s a weird one, but the flowers are still blooming and there’s still hope in the world. Try to stay happy and healthy, even if it means staying away from your family this holiday (as I am).
Here’s the drawing before I applied watercolour to it. Feel free to print it out for your personal use, and colour it yourself.
I drew this during an Urban Sketchers sketchwalk to the Tel Aviv port, but I never posted it online because life got in the way.
Here’s hoping better days return soon.
Decided to work on a more conventional piece, and so I drew a watercolour portrait of Urban Sketcher Rob Sketcherman at work.
A sketch on location of my polling station in Tel Aviv (don’t be creepy) on election day.
While I was sketching an elderly volunteer came for a chinwag in the shade, and then stayed and chatted for a good long while. I guess he was lonely. And later two girls came around selling cookies and lemonade for charity, so I bought a cookie and talked to them while they watched me draw and tried to sell their wares.
Schminke watercolours, Staedtler pigment liners, Stillman & Birn pocket Alpha.
Drawing with watercolours in the dark is challenging. German Colony Christmas market, Haifa, Israel.
A 10 minute sketch of a Bauhaus building in Tel Aviv, and less than 5 minutes of watercolour. This proved to me that I have time to draw even when I’m super busy.
A quick sketch of a building in the Jaffa flea market area.
The last day of the Icon Festival (the Israeli Comic-Con), and I managed to capture a few more of it’s delightful denizens, and finish my Icon spread: