For anyone who would like to join in with a fun day of sketchbook-filling, we have another SketchCrawl planned at the weekend. We are all meeting on Saturday December 10th at 10am at Weston Park Museum.
We had a very successful SketchCrawl there last year so I'm sure we'll have fun.
The museum is free but bring a packed lunch, as the cafe can get very busy at lunchtime on a Saturday.
After lunch, things are going to be a little different to usual: we will be splitting into 2 groups, as some of us will be walking into town to take part in a Dr Sketchy event:
We have never done this before, so I can't vouch for what it will be like, but it sounds fun: sort of 'life-drawing meets burlesque' I think. The theme is 1920s America and the models will be in costume. Apart from that I'm not sure what to expect - we'll soon find out!
Those who don't want to do Dr Sketchy will either be staying in the museum to draw or walking into town with us, but continuing the SketchCrawl in Sheffield Cathedral.
At 4pm, anyone drawing in town will get together as usual to share our work, probably at The Great Gatsby bar, since the Dr Sketchy people will be there already. So, dust off those sketchbooks, sharpen those pencils and get yourself to Weston Park on Saturday. See you there!