While I’m on the subjects of sketching and anniversaries (see my previous post about Urban Sketchers), this Saturday marks the 5th anniversary of the World Wide SketchCrawl.
SketchCrawl is a drawing marathon, originally conceived by Pixar storyboard artist Enrico Casarosa, and modeled as a pubcrawl, but with art materials. Artists gather in groups in various cities around the world and move from location to location within their respective cities, drawing what’s around them.
The results are often posted in blogs, Flickr groups and in the SketchCrawl forums.
This Saturday, November 21st, 2009, is the 25th World Wide SketchCrawl. You can look through the forum posts to see if anyone is organizing a SketchCrawl near you. Anyone can participate, at any level of sketching experience, including complete novice, and you can sketch with the group for a much or as little time that day as you choose.
Here are the guidelines for participation.
Prior to the event, the forum posts are about the locations and times of the events in various cities. After the event, look for the posts labeled “Results” to see comments about the event, photos and sketches from the day.
(Images above, from SketchCrawl 24, September, 2009: Gary Amaro, San Francisco, CA; “4ojos“, Ribafrecha, Spain; Guillaume Bonamy, Natsumi Tsuchida, Tokyo, Japan.)
How to participate
My previous posts:
SketchCrawl 20 (2008)
Enrico Casarosa, and here
2 Replies to “25th World Wide SketchCrawl”
Thanks for sharing my sketch, Charley! You can bet I’ll be there for this coming Crawl too. Always a good time, and I love to see what people draw all over the world on the forums. Come join everyone!
All those sketches are very nice to see. How the people draw naturally. Thanks for presenting all drawing here.
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