Sketchy on the Detail

Draw a little every day

Y2D163 and half way there

So today the removalists came to pack up everything I want to ship back to the home country. Which is essentially books, books, paintings, oh yeah, more books. I feel for the packers, they certainly had their work cut out for them, but at least it was dry and not too cold. I am exhausted though, I has been a long day…they were here for over nine hours, so I think they are much more worse for wear than me!  I did manage a few minutes in the afternoon to sketch the neighbouring terrace’s roof tops though.


Y2D162 and gone midnight

Another late night and I’ve only just done a scribble. I’m slightly freaking out about how much I have to clear out the house by Thursday night that I’m afraid all my evening plan are falling by the wayside this week. Still, come Friday I shall be homeless and footloose, and posting of sketches may be erratic for the next month or so, till I get settle back in Oz. I’m just forewarning y’all.


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