February 3, 2014

The park is a hundred years old

As I am a bit slow and I hate the scanner, I had not shared sketches around here from the 42nd World Wide Sketchcrawl here in Sevilla.

We are meeting for sketching the Maria Luisa´s Park and the buildings around  from the Ibero-American Exposition held in Seville in 1929.

Parque Maria Luisa

The idea is to make a drawings exhibition to commemorate the centenary of the park, which opened on April 14, in 1914.
As you can see, I'm not very good at drawing vegetation. I like to see how carefully others draw plants.
I just do stains or splashes.
So I decided once again to draw monstrous buildings, as I have a master in this matter.
My sketchbook was a Japanese one so I drew everything together in the same drawing.
I started with one building and ended up on the other, in a kind of invention I call fusion building
(I hope architects can excuse me again).

Parque Maria Luisa

More examples from this new architectural disaster in my blog


memi said...

I stayed once right across from this park- your drawings are always so fresh and exciting-

Swasky said...


Rolf Schröter said...

love it.
especially the 'view through columns and arches on roofs and stuff' below right.

Veronica Lawlor said...

Oh yes, I LOVE these! Such nice 'architectural disaster', ha ha! beautiful

kumi matsukawa said...

Yes, amazing!

Asuka Kagawa said...

I love this too!!!

Inma Serrano said...

Thank you !!!!!

Lynne the Pencil said...

Yummy as ever!