27th World Wide SketchCrawl

Enrico Casarosa came up with the SketchCrawl. It’s sort of like a pub crawl, but you feel a lot better  the next day.  The idea is to spend a given day touring and drawing, then share with others around the world who have done the same. The next SketchCrawl is July 31.  I sketched on my own this time, in between kid drop offs and pick ups. It was a beautiful day in Baltimore, just perfect for sketching in the park.

10 Comments

  1. What a cool thing. I didn’t know about it or I may have postponed sniffing burning plastic. Love the lines in the trees – they are very Peggy.

  2. Like going around the world in a day, thru sketch-mapping? What a fun idea! I just got to see a park in Baltimore thru a Peggy looking glass :-)

    I’ll click the link & read more. Maybe I can join the July 31 one…

  3. It’s a lot of fun to see the results… check out the forum
    http://www.sketchcrawl.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=50

    Mr. Jim, are you saying that I am loopy? : )

  4. andothersuchthings

    What a fun idea! I’m gonna go check out that forum…

  5. an awesome use of time between pickups and dropoffs! i love your drawing!

    p.s. could you imagine having a sketchpubcrawl? might have some interesting effects on the results…

  6. Thanks! I think a sketchpubcrawl would end in some very interesting sketches… we could call it a Sprawl.

  7. By gum, if you arrange a Sprawl… well, I might turn up in Baltimore begging to sketch at the Walters & the Geo. Peabody Library with you! I’ll even consider helping with some of that “blue glass” for your bottle tree after all ;-)

    1. Tequila blue glass….?

  8. How fun! I wonder if I could do that. (Sometimes, I have other obligations), but what a great idea.

    I like the spirals too. fascinating.

  9. […] try posting our drawings to the SketchCrawl website forum. I first heard about SketchCrawl from Peggy, who did it in May. I thought it would be fun to try this next […]

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