Ubiquitous, invisible

A while ago I became fascinated by the strings of cars I passed as I moved around the city; always there, curling round the city’s contours, but rarely noticed… The mania passed, but it was good practise! (All done when I was using Lexington grey ink in a trusty Lamy Safari, and before I became equally obsessed with drawing people, so the streets look oddly empty…)


About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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8 Responses to Ubiquitous, invisible

  1. Yorky says:

    Terrific drawings Ed.

  2. miatagrrl says:

    I remember streets like these with cars parked perilously close together and climbing onto the sidewalk! Nicely captured.

    – Tina

  3. samimiku says:

    Looking forward for the sketches of Roman Baths 🙂

  4. David prynn says:

    Cars are not that easy to draw,very convincing,it’s given me the confidence to try,nice work

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