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November 20, 2012

SketchCrawl: Street life Museum in Hull

We are only able to do indoor SketchCrawls here at the moment. It was FREEZING in Hull on Saturday, so I was very pleased to be inside the Streetlife Museum.


It was a great location: stuffed with period vehicles from the late Victorian era through to the 60s. We even had a view down over a river where there was an old ship. I was quite interested in the way the masts and cables cut across the cloudy sky:


We had a good turn-out, and it was lovely to welcome 3 newcomers and 2 second-time returners.


The Sheffield brigade travelled back on the train together: a lovely journey, looking through sketchbooks and comparing / trying out each other's drawing materials. This is Les, who is back with us for a short visit, having recently deserted us for Scotland:


8 comments :

Behzad Bagheri said...

Wonderful sketches as always!

Don McNulty said...

I love these posts from England.

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Nina Johansson said...

Ooh, nice, Lynne! I would have loved to join you among those fantastic cars! : )

Murray Dewhurst said...

Great sketches, love your tight cropping on subjects and interesting colour choices!

Rolf Schröter said...

these are british, indeed.

a friend of mine (british, for sure) owned a morri minor and did drive it in germany. very exotic...

even love the mast-sketch, great cropping.

TIA said...

love the way you fill up the pages, great composition

Claudia Hemmings said...

Great sketches - really lively.