The quick(ish) and the dead(very)

Two double-page spreads from yesterday’s USk Bristol/South West sketchcrawl at Bristol Museum (15 sketchers, our best turn out yet!). Here are passengers at Bath railway station, a recreation of the Dignitas flat and the reconstruction of an ancient Egyptian face (both part of the ongoing ‘Death; the human experience’ exhibition at the museum), museum cafe customers seen from an upper gallery (including John sketching), and a stuffed hippo. (At the bottom two previous sketches of bisected heads: a model in a  Tokyo museum, and a crocodile at the Grant Museum in London).

BCM1BCM2Lexington grey and Brown 41 in fountain pen and water-brush, watercolour, A5 – various times

About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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