Sunday, December 15, 2013

King Street Station Redux

12/15/13 Platinum Carbon ink, watercolor, Diamine Chocolate Brown ink, Sailor pen,
Canson XL 140 lb. paper
Last May when the Friday sketchers got together at King Street Station, I went up to the upper level to sketch the view below. Today the full Seattle Urban Sketchers group stormed the station with our sketchbooks, and I still thought the view from upstairs was the most compelling. But before that, I took advantage of the not-yet rainy weather and temperatures in the high-40s (downright balmy compared to last week) to sketch the station’s clock tower.
12/15/13 Platinum Carbon ink, watercolor,  Canson XL 140 lb. paper


  1. Great sketch of the building's exterior, but I am really impressed with the view looking down. That came out super! Ir looks like a fun place to sketch.

  2. Love the color in this sketch. I love these extreme viewing angles but find them difficult to do when you have to look up that much.


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