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With less than a day of planning, Michele and I decided to participate in the 50th quarterly World Wide SketchCrawl by meeting at Third Place Commons in Lake Forest Park. I must have had that location subconsciously tagged with “WWSC” when I had suggested it; as I was driving north on Lake City Way to meet her, I suddenly remembered a previous WWSC at the same location three years ago.
First I covered a spread in my sketchbook with small gesture sketches of kids playing on the giant chessboard. Remember how I’ve talked about training for real life in the life-drawing studio? These boys were giving me one-second poses. (Those one-minute poses the models give us seem more and more leisurely all the time.)
As Michele and I chatted, I sketched a couple of women knitting together a few tables over. I think we got more chatting done than sketching (or at least I did), but it was still a fun way to spend a rainy Saturday afternoon.
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