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February 6, 2013

Sketches on public transport and a peak into my sketchbook



These are some sketches done in my last sketchbook before the current one that I am using now.



I am totally addicted to sketching people on public transport, it has now become a routine thing once  I board the rain, bus or tube in London. But sometimes I'm still full of fear and anxiety. People react differently- but one thing always stands out-"People appreciate the courage it takes to do this and they are always ready to give a wink, a smile and word of encouragement-once they are able to know the reason why I sketch everyday!"




I'll be looking out for you and if you happen to bump into me, just be ready to be one of those who'll be down in the sketchbook.





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16 comments :

Carol said...

I love your new blog, Adebanji! Your love of drawing is infectious - thank you!

adebanji said...

Thanks Carol!! I'm glad you love it!

Serena Lewis said...

You are an inspiration, Adebanji! Thank you so much for taking the time to share your tips with us. You are so encouraging and I very much appreciate that. LOVE your work!

Alvaro Carnicero said...

Great portaits! And a very great video!! Congrats!

adebanji said...

Thanks Serena! I am glad you are enjoying it!

adebanji said...

Thanks Alvaro!

kumi matsukawa said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful drawings, videos and great tips!!!

adebanji said...

You are welcome Kumi!

memi said...

Strong, wonderful portraits....

adebanji said...

Thanks Memi!

Patrizia Torres said...

Thank you so much for sharing such inspirating sketches, video and tips with us. Thank you, you are great !

adebanji said...

Thanks Patrizia!

hfm said...

Great sketches and thanks for your hints.

adebanji said...

You are welcome hfm!!

Stephen Gardner said...

Brilliant work man, and thanks for taking time with one of my students, your work has made quite an impression on her.

adebanji said...

Thanks Stephen! That's encouraging! I never knew that.