A really great sketchcrawl today – 14 people and we explored the most important and historic street in Sydney on a gloriously warm (but not hot) summers day!!
The Hyde Park Barracks is the first refined building to be built in Australia. I have been reading some architectural history in preparation for today – so added some notes down the side.
I had the strangest shaky hand at this time – look at my linework. At work I normally purposefully draw wobbly architectural lines but this was me trying to draw straight. Don’t know what caused it as I felt calm – just my hand was shaking! Weird!
Group photo (I took the photo hence the insert) – 2 sketchcrawlers are missing.
Sketchbook group photo!
A few more looser sketches (starting to get tired) from the hospital courtyard – there is so much to sketch in this part of town.
Clique aqui a full description of the day including a sketch map, photos and sketches of 4 cups of earl grey tea. The best and most productive sketchcrawl ever – and in fact I am still buzzing from it!
Hope everyone else has as good a day as we did!!!