Urban Sketching New Inn, Market Place, Burslem. Looking out from those big Wedgwood Doors King George Letterbox, Platform One, Stoke-on-Trent Station #SOT2021 Holloway Road, sketch sometime in May 2016 Five minute thumbnail sketch of skyline at Whitehall. Ryan’s Garage, North St., Newcastle-under-Lyme Roof tops, Grays Inn Road, London Breakfast at Bill’s, Longacre, London. Crohns Walk 2016 View from a train: bike rack, Stafford Station Last night in Staffordshire – quick sketch in the Mother Town – Farewell Burslem. Share this:EmailTwitterPrintPinterestFacebookLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
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I’m a member of urban sketchers stoke, but I don’t get out with them very often. your work is inspiring .
Thanks Christine! I’m afraid I haven’t been out sketching for a couple of months now so feeling a bit out of the groove at the moment. Funny, but today I found an old sketch book from 2014 – I’d forgotten all about it. Looking at it reminds me that really hasty sketches done in two minutes are worth it, no matter how scrappy – I’m inspiring myself!! Good luck with your blog – your work is great! Ronnie
Thanks Ronnie x I appreciate the support…it feels a bit like shouting into an empty room here..not sure if you will be heard. But I will persevere!
What paper do you use in your sketch book Ronnie?
Hi Meg, I have several sketch books on the go – different shapes and sizes and always looking for different papers to try. I have several sizes of moleskin books – thick watercolour paper, then I use Daler Rowney 150gsm acid free cartridge paper books. Also, Seawhite A4 cartridge paper acid free. I am easily waylaid by new sketchbooks – happy sketching! Ronnie