30th Sketchcrawl

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The 30th International Sketchcrawl was spent at Classic Tea Room at Rörstrandsgatan and Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet (Swedish Museum of Natural History) in Stockholm. Only three people this time, but we met quite a few during the day who were interested in joining us next time!

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Both drawings: 13,5 x 24 cm, Lamy Safari with Noodler´s Lexington grey ink and watercolours in Fabriano Venezia sketchbook.

17 Responses to “30th Sketchcrawl”

  1. Dan Kent says:

    I love the bird sketches – great pen work!

  2. Extremely interesting!

  3. I like how you laid out these pages. I agree with Dan–love the birds!

  4. mari brown says:

    I like the lay out too, and the birds are fantastic (I like it how you kept one page just b/w while the other in colour). Thats a great museum to sketch in

  5. Joan says:

    You never disappoint, Nina…being an avid birdwatcher/lister, I love the bird montage. Hope to see more of your work soon.

  6. delph says:

    As always your work is amazing and your compositions striking!

  7. Laurence says:

    You give nature its real place. Beautiful, once again.

  8. Great results Nina. I especially like the page from the museum.

  9. nancy t says:

    Wonderful! Your birds are amazing and I love the composition. You never disappoint, that’s for sure! nancy

  10. Susan says:

    Lots of great sketches on each page. Lovely work as always Nina.

  11. Anita says:

    Wonderful pages Nina…lovel the candle stick

  12. Nice to se those published, and thank you for letting me know about this activity, might turning up one or an other day with my own sketchbook

  13. Johanna says:

    Nej, det är inte sant! Har jag missat scetchcrawl? Typiskt!!
    Himla fina skisser du har gjort, och jag siktar mot nästa gång….

  14. Winna Jill says:

    I really admire your pen work !

  15. magpie says:

    the birds are wonderful.
    i also love the “gray” view below
    but comments are closed.
    delightful work.

  16. raena says:

    A lot of wonderful captures!

  17. Deborah says:

    It appears that the male torso has a chair for the lower part of his body! It certainly caught my attention…

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