The Waiting Game

Okay, so there I am in another Dr.’s waiting room. It’s only been about 10 minutes and I am almost impatient to the point of no return when I remember I have my sketch kit with me. Oh so saving the day!

It’s my mini carry set: Stillman and Birn Beta book, small repurposed eye shadow case filled with Daniel Smith watercolors from tubes, some water brushes a cut square of Trader Joe’s kitchen counter wipe and some fountain pens. The upper left for the woman was inked with Papier Plume’s Pecan ink, You can see on the subtle washes on her, done by simply adding water to the ink. magnifique! On some papers, the Pecan ink washes turn a pale green and pink depending on how much water you add. The Orange background was something I added at home, I was looking for a way to join all of these ink drawings into a cohesive sketching event. It even worked for the computer I spied while waiting in the examining room for the Dr. ( below)

In the end, the exam went well, I got some great sketches and my test results were negative. What more can you ask for!? ( well, my kids used to get cool stickers when they went to the Drs…….)

About suzala

-creating art in watercolor, ink and pencil/ NYCurbansketcher and New Yorker/ graphic designer specializing in logos, websites and package design/ Fan of FIRST robotics
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