Manchester Symposium

I’m very excited to have been selected to present a demo (using brush-pens for sketching) and a lecture (on the long and rich history of books about sketching) at this year’s Urban Sketchers International Symposium in Manchester. Yippee! Maybe see you there in late July? Early bird registration starts noon January 30th…

Meanwhile, here’s another brush-pen sketch of the first-floor view from PicNic cafe in central Bath; same street, different day. This one was faster (30 mins) than the previous (below), and more ‘zoomed in’ on the figures. I also used darker/less dilute ink and the ‘wetter’ Kuretake #40 instead of the #8.

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Lexington grey in Kuretake #40 brush-pen and water-brush, Namiki blue in Kuretake #8 brush-pen, water-colour, A5 – 30 mins

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About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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3 Responses to Manchester Symposium

  1. Chris says:

    Good news about Manchester .. hope to see you there!

  2. miatagrrl says:

    Yaaay! Looking forward to meeting you at last!

    Tina

  3. Ed Mostly says:

    Thanks both, see you there

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