Monthly Archives: April 2017

Three More Sketches from the Conference

  Today I used the app Procreate on my iPad to make sketches of the presenters and participants at my conference. 

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Looking to the Side

  When I was a principal my days were packed and often the only sketching I could do were quick little drawings. I am reminded of this today as I am volunteering at a conference through the end of this … Continue reading

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Along a Petaluma Path

  This sketch is more of a record of a few hours than a sketch of a specific time. I started this sketch along a path outside of Petaluma California early this morning when the skies were gray and there … Continue reading

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Rainstorm on I-5

  There was rain on I-5 this afternoon around Los Banos. It was heavy and the cars ahead of us kicked up quite a bit of it making it seem as though the rain was more intense than it actually … Continue reading

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On Our Way

We got a very late start, finally leaving San Diego well after dark. I sketched a bit as we drove north through LA and think I captured the feeling of night driving on a freeway. I used my phone and … Continue reading

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My Fresh Palette

We set off tomorrow for a five-week trip with the above gouache palette, a small set of transparent watercolors and drawing supplies.¬†After much indecision and an incredible number of paint swatches, I finally committed to 12 gouache colors for my … Continue reading

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Chart for a Fresh Palette

I am much more likely to do an activity that I am set up for and sketching away from home is no exception. If it takes too long to get ready I sometimes end up not sketching away at all. … Continue reading

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