[By Javier de Blas, symposium 2016 correspondent] The Symposium last day was not the easyest to correspond, at least in my case.
Sketchwalk F was on an always seductive subject as is China Town. But as we all know chinesse ornaments are full of details.
Paul Wang gave an interesting and very complete lesson on different shape shifters. I tried to illustrate some of them based on sketchers in action.
To make it more complicated, there was Paul Heaston with his fisheye perspectives. I must tell you; you have a good time with this curved space and you lern a lot on how to build any kind of space, but it takes time, even if you make a litle thing, like I did.
Nelson Paciencia had a very funny (and well done) activity: we had to draw peple together wit their everyday objects.
I wasn't at time for sketcwalk 52. But I could make it in the last minute with the sketch auntion. One of my drawings, the one of Karen Johns sketching a soaring space inside the Townhall (see day 2), was sold.