Pyrmont Hotel and Pedestrians

October 13, 2012

This marks the end of the current sketchbook and anticipates the subject matter of the next. I need to work on clothed people in public so have got myself a landscape-format sketchbook dedicated to sketching long lines of pedestrians and commuters and nothing else.

Here I was able to sketch, sitting down next to a wide directional sign, pedestrians waiting at a very busy crossing as well as filling in lost time by working on the architecture in the background. People tend to stand in the one position at crossings, but turn their head in at least two directions; probably best if I start sketching the lower body first. Opportunities for sitting directly opposite pedestrian crossings (especially with an interesting building in the background) is something I’ll be looking out for.

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