Nineteen musicians and two train-spotters

A jazz band in Oswestry (my sister’s playing saxophone) sketched from the balcony of the old chapel they rehearse in…P1270606

…Nik Jovcic-Sas busking in front of the queue for the Roman Baths…arnos vale_0011

…an acapella group singing Bulgarian and Romanian folk songs in Bath while waiting on a bench, reading the music off their smartphones (they were happy to be sketched, and even carried on as it started to rain, making my ink lines looser and freer than intended) …arnos vale

…and two trainspotters in the cafe at Newport station; I hadn’t realised that they use laptops these days.arnos vale_0008

(All done in bamboo dip-pen, using either Noodlers Lexington grey or blended De Atramentis inks)

About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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