Monday, August 09, 2010

portland in a moleskine

Well I can't quite unfold it the way I'd hoped, but here's a look inside the Moleskine I completed last week at the Urban Sketchers Symposium. What fun!


I can't believe all the wonderfully-talented people I was able to meet! One of the best experiences I've had in a long, long time.

[Big thanks to Cassandra, who led me to Issuu!]

13 comments:

Danielle said...

So awesome! Thanks for sharing & you are very talented.

cindy said...

yes, thank you cassandra! fantastic work and the symposium looked like so much fun!

blogaloorgirl said...

it was so much fun looking into the sketchbook. Thank you

Don McNulty said...

Hi Suzanne, I really admire your drawings, great to see them this way. I didn't realize you were at the symposium until the last night and when we spoke I think I was tired and grumpy, sorry. As you say, the symposium was a wonderful experience.

Erick said...

This is inspiring! I especially love the bridge sketch. It looked so meticulous with all those lines! Amazing!

Haley said...

*wipes the drool from her face* I LOVE your sketchbook, you're so talented =)

Meghan Kaufmann said...

this is really cool, Suzanne!

Lynne said...

This is amazing! You are SUCH in inspiration!

Robin Carlson said...

Suzanne:

It was really great to meet you in Portland! I still seem to be unable to leave a comment on the Symposium blog, but at least I can comment here. It's great to be able to see your whole sketchbook and examine it in detail here. You used the accordion format to fabulous advantage! I love your blog and will continue to visit.

All the best,
Robin Carlson

melissa said...

Thank you for sharing your journey with us. Inspiring to say the least. Looks like you got a little bounce back in your step :)

Alissa said...

Amazing ! Great to see the issu version. I (almost) feel as though I was there with you all.. and still kicking myself for not going !

Isabel said...

what a beautiful sketchbook it was wonderful to share my time with sketchers from other places and so talented.

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

i'm so in awe. and so jealous right now!