Friday, March 23, 2012

Sketches on the tube, train and bus in March III (And some great news)

These are some recent sketches I have done on public transport. I am also happy to introduce you to the New blog-Urban Sketchers London, and also The New Book The Art of Urban Sketching in which I am featured (I think the first Print has already sold out, so they are in the process of a second print-that's why the amazon price is a bit expensive at the moment). Also I have a short 7 minute video that shows how I go about sketching on public transport, I am also recording this at the same time I am sketching so it's a bit fussy but I hope you enjoy the whole process.

Recent Sketches








This sketch is completed from start to finish in the video clip below.

The Video



The New Urban Sketchers London blog.

These are some of the new pictures and sketches I posted on the New Blog. Which will feature mainly sketches of London Scenes



Tower Bridge at Night



Adebanji sketching Tower Bridge at night

The Art of Urban Sketching Book





The Sketch and Picture here are part of the features of me in the book



This is book cover from amazon-you can click to HERE to see some more features of this great book!


SPECIAL QUOTE
"The main thing is to keep working, questioning, experiencing, growing. You've got to train your eye to develop your emotions to work together. We are all students. There is no end to learning."-Everett Raymond Kinstler from his book "Painting Portraits"

8 comments:

Tess Traylor Walls said...

So much fun to watch!

Mayra Mancebo said...

I love your sketches are natural, spontaneous, natural and very graphic expression ... congrats, I'm your follower Mayra Mancebo.
Have a nice weekend

adebanji said...

Thanks Tess!

adebanji said...

Thanks Mayra, I'll have to take note of the words natural and spontaneous- they are the bedrock of what I do!

Sharon Williamson said...

Thanks so much for posting the video - it was fascinating to watch.

adebanji said...

Thanks Sharon!

Azra said...

Really enjoyed the video Adebanji and the workshop at Cass Arts was absolutely amazing!! I love your style of teaching,you make learning so easy.

adebanji said...

Thanks Azra!! So glad you enjoyed it!!!