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I had a teacher there who used to do a lot of sketches when he travelled on university excursions.
When he retired, I helped to organize an exhibition of his sketches.
"The dictionary says that a hobby is “an activity or interest pursued for pleasure or relaxation.” Although urban sketching certainly provides both pleasure and relaxation, I don’t think of it as my hobby.
I think of it more as a way of life – something that has become such a normal part of my everydayness that it shapes how I view the world.
Part 8 of the Urban Sketchers Manifesto, to “show the world, one drawing at a time,” has a flip side: Sketching enables me to see my own world, one drawing at a time.
In the last four years, it is not an exaggeration to say that Urban Sketchers has changed my life.
All this unique local mix of cultures, languages and styles is always a great source for inspiration.
I use micron and copic pens, with watercolour."• Pete's blog.• Pete's art on Flickr.
My sketches are not necessarily about “special” moments; they are moments made special because I sketched them."Tina has been editor of Drawing Attention since 2013 and now serves on the Urban Sketchers editorial board.
See more of her sketches on her blog, on Flickr and on Instagram.
Of course, we have seashores, which calm us a little bit.
I love to sit in a corner of some Tel-Aviv coffee shop and explore relationships: between people, their environment, between myself.
His drawings of Seattle – my birthplace and lifelong home – were of sights that I had seen many times, yet had never truly seen.