Thanks Tim. I did about thirty sketches up and down Oxfrod Street over a long period. Here are the last five I did. I think they got slightly better over time, as they should have done. I would like to do a similar exercise in York but can’t find the time in the present way of working we have.
Most of them were done aver a lunch hour. Some I went back to a second time. The average was therefore about 45 minutes to an hour. I’ve done a few in York but can’t seem to be able to stick to a routine. I’ve posted these on Flickr, as you’ll have noticed. I’ve tried to do some in less time, inspired by your rapdid doodles, but never seem to get the time down to less than half an hour.
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