First ever Sheffield Sketchcrawl

Pinstone Street Sheffield - urban sketch by Sian Hughes art Inside the Winter Gardens Sheffield - urban sketch by Sian Hughes art Cheesegrater Eyre Street car park Sheffield - urban sketch by Sian Hughes art SHU Students Union Building Sheffield - urban sketch by Sian Hughes art

Spent yesterday out with about twenty other people wielding sketchbooks on Sheffield’s first ever sketchcrawl, organised by the amazing Lynne Chapman and Tim Rose.

I was slightly terrified at first as I haven’t really drawn in front of anyone for about ten years and we were clearly amongst some extremely gifted and accomplished artists, but luckily there were a few other people were in the same boat and the pressure soon lifted.

All brilliant fun and am looking forward to the next Global Sketchcrawl on 16th October! :D


Lynne’s Blog
Sketchcrawl Site
Drawings from fellow sketchers on Lynne’s Picture Blog

Published by Siân

Hello! I'm Siân. I like walking in the Peak District and drawing pictures.

5 thoughts on “First ever Sheffield Sketchcrawl

  1. Yep, we met at 10, started sketching at 11 and kept moving round every hour . Last sketches were at 3-4pm, then an hour or so in the pub to look at each other’s sketches – really encouraging – loved it. Sketched in an A6 hardbacked sketchbook (daler-rowney) – was worried it’d be too small but it was actually really good for gaining confidence because I could hide it really easily, haha :D


  2. Oh and turnout was really good – about twenty peeps :DEveryone I spoke to had a great time and everyone looking forward to the opportunity to do it again!It was brilliant being in a group as well because you feel less ‘looked at’ by passers by!


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