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Apr 29, 2012

Sketching in Taipei




Today I decided to grab a sketchbook, some pens and leave the house to sketch people in the street and take a break of the book.


 I discovered that kids aren't shy to sit next to you and watch you draw... I loved the feeling of being watched and watching people.



12 comments:

seelvana said...

so nice! ♥
kids are so fresh :B

Erica Salcedo said...

Que fantásticos dibujos!!

Scoon said...

As someone who is yet to learn to draw, I find watching people draw, fascinating. It's like reading a book to see the plot unfold; a view into how the artist sees the world.

UltimateBeauty said...

Cool

haileyhale said...

Love the sketches! It is really fun to watch and observe other people and put them into sketches.AML

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very nice looking

Anne-Fleur said...

Your whole blog is AWESOME.
Thank you!

Marta. said...

i really like the way you draw :) i 'draw' too;)

Sneh Sagrika said...

I could feel so much positivity in your wordings and drawings.. simply adore them..

Thanks a ton for sharing them.

Je ssica said...

Hi Dear,
I think your drawing on the left side is not only Tai - Chi , but also “FALUN DAFA” (also call “FALUN GONG”)
You can easily to find them in front of Taipei 101, Dr.Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall…etc. every Day.
In order to let everyone and Chinese tourist understand “FALUN DAFA” is good for health and uplift spirit, also is not like communist government to tell theirs lie.
To understand more details: http://www.falundafa.org/

Julian Wang said...

Thanks Alex, I'm touched by the drawing of folks and life where I live, you're welcomed again and I definitely show you more about different views in this island.

Unknown said...

Love it. Congrats on your weight loss. I know how much of a struggle it is. And. I get that bit about distancing yourself. I do that too. and yes. Kids have their own kind of magic :-).

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