Wednesday, April 17, 2013

A Drawing A Day

It’s so easy to spend the entire day shooting iPhone photos that these sketchbooks are in danger of going home empty. 

Ergo, I have another New Rule: at least one drawing a day. 

Yesterday I walked from Robin’s class at the LMA, down Farringdon Street to the Thames River where the Black Friar pub is located. On location I drew very rough construction lines, then later added very very rough details.
Shakespeare, with some other investors, bought a building in the Black Friar area but it burned down in The Great Fire. One of Mary Sidney’s buildings, Baynard Castle, was also destroyed in that fire. 

Curtains at the Academy Hotel
I must be in a “Curtain Phase.”