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Late afternoon at Joaquin Miller Park, sitting on a low wall, facing downhill at Redwood Road.
I was shown a warmup exercise called “Three strokes and you’re out.” The idea is to create a drawing using only three lines. One line means without lifting your pen off the paper. These were done at Middle Harbor Shoreline … Continue reading
Kids were running all over the playground today. I couldn’t keep up.
More and more tent camps visible around the city.
Playgrounds close up and in the distance.
At a freeway offramp, a man asking for spare change flags himself with balloons. The local library branch was recently remodeled. It has self-checkout with OCR readers, laptops to lend for in-library use, and I just noticed usb outlets in … Continue reading
This started as a sketch of two old men sitting on a bench in front of the library on an overcast day. Two police SUVs pulled up in front of the library, blocking my view, and when they left a … Continue reading
The basketball court in the park is actually a single hoop in an open area near the swimming pool, flanked by grassy hills, lawns and picnic benches.
Out with Shadow in the park again, trying to follow people with my brushpen. There was a group of kids sitting on the ground. The group leader bent over, then knelt. One girl stretched and leaned, but stayed rooted to … Continue reading