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  • Urban Sketchers blog turns 5

    The Urban Sketchers blog, which I first wrote about in 2008, just marked its 5th anniversary (the corresponding Flickr group is about a year older). There are sketches from contributors around the world to this blog, the tagline of which is: “See the world one drawing at a time”. In addition to pencils, pens, markers…

  • Urban Sketchers turns 1

    Urban Sketchers, a terrific group sketchblog that I wrote about previously here and here, celebrated its first year anniversary this month. Urban Sketchers is devoted to drawing on location in urban environments, and it has come a long way in the year since it was established by Gabi Campanario, an illustrator and journalist based in…

  • Urban Sketchers (update)

    Urban Sketchers is a group blog that I first wrote about last November. Since then, hundreds of additional sketches have been added; and the blog’s layout has been updated, with a wider format and better organizatation (though I still wish they would somehow limit the Flickr slideshow widget at page bottom to a single page…

  • Urban Sketchers

    I just discovered the Urban Sketchers blog a couple of weeks ago, and it immediately became one of my favorites. I enjoy location sketches done in an urban environment, particularly travel sketches, and the blog has much of that feeling, even though the contributors are often sketching in their home city. I came across Urban…

  • Urban Sketching Symposium

    Co-sponsored by the Urban Sketchers blog and Flickr group and the Pacific Northwest College of Art, the 1st International Urban Sketching Symposium is slated for July 29-31, 2010 in Portland, Oregon (USA). Registration is now open. You can find all of the relevant information, including instructors, location information and accommodations on the symposium’s blog. There…

  • Lines and Colors

    Lines and Colors is a blog about painting, drawing, sketching, illustration, comics, cartoons, webcomics, art history, concept art, gallery art, digital art, artist tools and techniques, motion graphics, animation, sci-fi and fantasy illustration, paleo art, storyboards, matte painting, 3d graphics and anything else I find visually interesting. If it has lines and/or colors, it’s fair…