Sheffield Sketchcrawl Number Four

By Lynne Chapman

Around 30 people turned up on Saturday for the
4th Sheffield SketchCrawl: some old hands, several brand new faces, all different ages. This is Bryn Hughes, who seems not to feel the cold at all, choosing to paint outside as usual - brrrrrrrr!

The lovely
Sheffield Telegraph article brought a few more closet-sketchers out of the woodwork too. We had a great time and drew until our pencils were smoking!

This is one I did in the morning, in the library. You can see more of my sketches and read all about the day here.

But you really should take a look in the Picture Gallery too, where I am gradually posting the drawings done by some of the other people there, like this one by Sally Jane Thompson:

As usual we all chilled out at the end of the afternoon in a bar and passed round the books. Such a lovely way to meet new like-minded people.

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