The theme over at the Sketchbook Challenge this month is Urban Sketching.
I love nothing more than urban sketching. Cities enthrall me.
Hidden corners invite exploration and the wonderful energy of being in a place where people converge is something I thrive on.
Unfortunately this theme came right as my passel of kids came home from school for the summer. We've been into our lovely little city (Raleigh is definitely worth a visit!) but the most I had time to do was catch a kids hand before he ran out into the street. We passed by lovely old churches and engaging alleyways. But we were on the move with no time for me to sit and sketch.
So instead of urban sketches from me you get a little dose of life in sub-urbia.
A visit to the doctors office.
No excuses - there is always SOMETHING to draw!
At an outdoor concert - gotta be quick before people realize you are sketching them.
It's not a precious book - it's my "paper brain."
I let the little ones borrow it when they ask.
So. Don't let any excuses hold you back. Just do it.