famous crooked spired church - which is a concern as I'm usually driving. The crooked spire is a thing of beauty. It really is. There are various theories to how it became twisted, from untreated wood to the lead they used, however it happened the results are quite stunning.
Finally, I squeezed this little sketch in, below, before we all met up at the pub. It was literally a five minute sketch which is probably a record for me. I kinda like it though. These three drawings were made in my tiny Moleskine sketchbook I also made a couple of larger sketches from various places in the town but I'll pimp them up before posting them.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
it's all too beautiful
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 2:00 PM
Labels: AJ, andrea joseph, Andrea Joseph drawings, carnet de voyage, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, journal, moleskine, sketchbook, sketchcrawl, SketchCrawl North, travel, urban sketching
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Oooh...LOVE that last drawing!!!!! Saweeet!
Lovely work Andrea, that spire is amazing!!!!What a good job you did there. Like the noticeboard it draws you in....and the little quick sketch :)
All very nice! I really like the park bench sketches.
Thanks, guys. I'm kinda happy with the quick sketch. I always like the ones that are different from what I normally do.
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