When I got back from my travels this summer, my scanner would not cooperate. I had all these great sketches, and no way to get them digitized! Back to school time is always hectic, so it took a while for Keith and I to figure out the problem.
So, in the spirit of better-late-than-never, here are a few of my favorites. The first one is from Madrid:
I drew this sitting on the steps of a little Church on a square near our apartment. I worked in the mornings while sipping my coffee and nibbling a chocolate croissant. It is a very typical apartment building from the older sections of Madrid. Those wrought iron railings are everywhere and give the city an elegant feel. I had a lovely soundtrack while drawing: the morning services a the church!
This next sketch is from Copenhagen:
And I have to add that sketching has added depth to my travels. I really see something when you draw it. The experience is more important than the final product!