Back at home I have been reunited with Big Sweater. One part fashion nightmare one part weirdly cool, I’ve been missing this guy ever since I wrongly left him at home after break! Missed you buddy.
If being a great ballerina was just about having enthusiasm for drawing your costumes I would be an amazing, spectacular, world class ballerina. I adore drawing tutus.
Apparently it takes other things like grace, poise, and a willingness to sacrifice your feet.
Guess I’ll stick with the drawing, thanks.
You took your sweet time arriving, didn’t you?
I’m heading off to the delightful San Francisco tomorrow, so stay tuned for about a thousand posts per day, because I plan on photographing and sketching like a crazy person. Or just like a person who is ignoring most of their responsibilities for a week.
Drawn in Adobe Ideas for iPad & assembled in Illustrator.
Joking! Metrolink is delightful and everyone should ride it because it is lovely and not sketch at all.
Yesterday my friend and I took a trip into DTLA for the Chinatown New Years parade and general downtown wanderings.The trains as a result were extremely busy.. meaning that instead of lounging across three seats on the train, we were quite packed in… meaning that the lady sitting across from me was extremely confused by my sketchings all the way back to Claremont. Confusing train goers is what I do best, so I wasn’t too suprised.
Till next week DTLA!
Despite the awkward moment when you arrive at your seat (your seatmate has invariably beat you there.. why don’t they let window seats board first?) and have to make eye contact confirming that yes, they will have to get up and let you squeeze by, I LOVE WINDOW SEATS.
I sketched this on iPad on my flight home for winter break. Probably the best clouds ever. Wish I had a photo to corroborate.