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The Seattle Sketcher

An illustrated journal of life in the Puget Sound region by Times artist Gabriel Campanario.

November 9, 2009 at 4:07 PM

Quick sketches bring an appreciation for inconsequential moments

Besides the drawings I post to this blog, I try to do other sketches throughout my day. Sketching helps me discover new things that otherwise I would not have paid attention to. Today I thought about sharing some of those more mundane, inconsequential paper scratchings. I’ve also been posting them via Twitter‘s twitpic, where I’ve started to upload the first drawing I do every day. Some people need a smoke after the morning coffee –I used to be one of those before I quit 7 years ago– others need their espressos. I’m addicted to sketching.
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I arrived at the park ‘n ride earlier this morning and took five minutes to do draw this camper van before catching my bus to downtown Seattle.
tictactoe.jpg
Playing tic-tac-toe while waiting for our food at Red Robin on Sunday afternoon.
tricycle.jpg
This tricycle contraption at the park ‘n ride caught my eye on a recent morning.
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Waiting for the bus in the morning.
viewoutwindow.jpg
The view from the window next to my desk at The Seattle Times. Oh, I forgot to say, I’m addicted to coffee too!

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