This Saturday I had my first SketchCrawl – a drawing marathon founded by Enrico Casarosa which is carrying on by people all over the world now. It’s a day of sketching and walking around the city in a good company and sharing the sketches and impressions afterwards off- and online.
I feel like on the next Sketchcrawl (in January) it will be more crowded in Berlin;) This time I was cold and tired but I could not stop drawing.
a short warm up near to the place I’m living:
Ostkeuz Bahnhof (I tried my new sketchbook, I found this paper is too soft and dark for pencil)
Some construction works on Gipsstrasse:
an entrance to the Alter Europa restaurant on Gipsstrasse
While I was waiting for pumpkin soup I’ve noticed my childhood’s dream – a typewriter – in the far corner. There are such strange dreams in the childhood.
An organ-gringer on Grosse Hamburger strasse. As I was surrounded by patriotic sounds I kept it short:
On Hackesher Markt I was attacked by the huge bubbles (see another Berlin sketchcrawler’s blog for the picture of bubbles)