Monday, February 27, 2012

Urban Sketchers....Main Street Police Station

The old train depot became the new Police
headquaters and is located at the town hall end of
Main Street in Stafford by the fountain, railroad tracks.
church and within view of the old woolen mills...
Raw ink sketch which I am learning to love
to do....

5 comments:

. said...

Cool drawing,and I love that building... and thats one sporty looking copcar (kind of fun contrast against the old building).

Dan Kent said...

Excellent drawing - so much detail! I could have sworn it was pencil. I too love pen sketches, though I'd be hard pressed to do a building like this, I think. And what kind of pen is it?

Donna Jeanne Koepp said...

So brave drawing automobiles. Love this sketch.

winna said...

I don't sketch cars much and it would take a while to get the hang of it---I remember as a yonsgster that all the boys could immediately say what a car "was" and offer all sorts of information-once you start to pay attention--they reveal themselves---we'll see how much I retain....I'm using two ball point pens...that are waterproof---one makes a finer line...Peper:Mate Write Bros M and a Bic Soft Feel Med---in the final stage after color usually I might use a heavier pen , such as a #5 or #8..fine line markers....

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