Monday, August 2, 2010

Sketched!

The symposium weekend was the kind of event that, yes, made an impact as it took place, but will certainly inspire and instruct and delight for a long time to come. Home for less than 24 hours, I'm already feeling its impact. For various reasons, I was not 100% myself while I was there, but still managed to leap in and do some sketches---here are some.Urban Sketchers symposium: Gabi, Simo, Marcello, and BorrominiUrban Sketchers symposium: Isabel's talkUrban Sketchers symposium: KumiUrban Sketchers symposium: musician More to come!

12 comments:

  1. Laura--It was fun to meet you and share some sessions with you. I really like these sketches. You captured the gestures with those flowing lines. It will be even more fun to follow your posts after meeting the person behind them.

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  2. Hi Laureline, these sketches are great! It was nice to meet you in person at Portland. I guess we were all overwhemled with all the sketching energy and talented people we met. I am sure we will meet again in the next USK event. Till then.

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  3. It's so great to see my home town portrayed by so many great sketchers. It was so nice to finally meet you, Laura.

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  4. It is a pleasure to meet you, Laura. We didn't have chance to share the time in the same session but I ' ll enjoy your post from now on a lot .

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