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.
A quick sketch of a building in the Jaffa flea market area.
Went to the Tel Aviv Pride Parade 2019 with the wonderful Tel Aviv Urban Sketchers group. Met a lot of lovely, joyful people in the crowd, and managed to draw two watercolour sketches before the heat and crowds got to me.
People were so kind with their remarks and the vibe and music was just awesome. Tel Aviv Pride is just one more reason to love my city.
Beautiful, happy people:
Happy Pride day!
Schmincke watercolours with no pencil sketch.
I decided to work on a monochrome Neil Gaiman watercolour portrait, and I remembered to take progress photos for a change.
The initial sketch was done with a Faber Castell 9000 2H on Bockingford 300gsm watercolour paper.
Then I did some light initial shading (I use Schmincke watercolours):
This is with most of the work done:
Final pass, differentiating more between light and dark: