Brisbane, Australia - Results

Saturday December 9th 2006
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Brisbane, Australia - Results

Postby andy » Mon Dec 04, 2006 9:53 am

Late notice, I'm afraid - I've been out of the country!

But I'm up for a sketchcrawl in Brisbane this weekend if there's anyone around who'd like to join me, hopefully the summer heat will not be too harsh :)

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Postby Thorsten » Fri Dec 08, 2006 4:38 pm

poor Andy, that you got some sun on your head ;-)

good luck!

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Postby andy » Tue Dec 12, 2006 9:12 am

Heheh, it turned out I had a few things to do on Saturday, so luckily I wasn't under the sun the whole day.
Unfortunately it also meant I didn't quite have enough time to sketch as much as I would have liked, but still, I managed to jot down a few of the day's happenings:

The barbeque ran out of gas the other day in the middle of cooking dinner, so I had to go and get a refill - off to the hardware shop.

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The barbeque section of Bunnings Warehouse has some really cool barbequey stuff - such as this big teppanyaki bbq set - if my back yard had room for it I might be tempted :)

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I was going indoor rockclimbing in the afternoon, so before going I found a bit of time to sketch around the house:

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Urban Climb at West End - it's been a while since I've been climbing, my body was definitely feeling the effects, my arms still feel a bit deadish as I type :) Still, it was a lot of fun.

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Postby donnam » Wed Dec 13, 2006 5:09 am

nice rock climbing sketches, but that must be a little difficult sketching and climbing at the same time :lol:

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Postby Ice-Cream Monster » Wed Dec 13, 2006 8:24 am

great gesture drawings in the rock climbing pages!! Everythign is so AWESOME !!

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Postby Letter C » Wed Dec 13, 2006 4:46 pm

The rock climbing drawings capture the activity with such expression! I enjoy seeing the different perspectives. Thank You!
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Postby enrico » Wed Dec 13, 2006 10:25 pm

Beautiful sketches Andy, great linework ...

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Postby janine » Thu Dec 14, 2006 11:57 am

Hi Andy
They're great sketches!
I missed this last sketchcrawl due to laziness but managed to get a couple of friends and someone who contacted me through this website, Pip, to come along for #11, we were slow starting and ended up in a pub after about 4 hours but it was good to get out and do it. I'd put those drawings up but don't know how, though i've added them to the flickr sketchcrawl page.
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Postby andy » Fri Dec 15, 2006 2:05 am

Donnam - Thanks! Fortunately between climbing and belaying i was able to sit (and rest!) and take down a few sketches of my fellow climbers :)

Alina - Thanks so much! there were some great poses at rock climbing, just had to try and sketch them quickly :)

Letter C - Cheers! It definitely helps having done the action that you're sketching - you know just how the poses feel from when you're up there.

Enrico - Thanks! I've been trying to be a bit more deliberate with my lines, less random scribbling - each sketchcrawl I learn a bit more :)

Janine - Thanks very much! Sorry to hear you missed out on this one, hopefully you'll be able to make the next. Still, #11 sounds like you had a nice outing - what's the harm in mixing sketchcrawling with pubcrawling? ;)

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Postby Thorsten » Mon Jan 01, 2007 8:15 pm

Andy, stunning work again!

I like the climbers most - though this time it was really hard to pick a favorite "... may I choose the whole set?"

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Postby mish mash » Wed Jan 03, 2007 1:19 pm

I like how sensitive your line work is. I especially like the page with the gas bottle and the car park in them... although I'm a sucker for gesture drawings as well so I think the rock climbers are simply ace. Actually what Peter Pan said goes for me too. :P Bravo! :)


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