I'm in a different part of the world right now, but wanted to go back and share more from New Zealand. I've shared some special moments from our trip, now here are some sort of ordinary scenes - well, ordinary for traveling to the other side of the world. This is from Albert Park on the first day we got to Auckland - I went ahead and got a sketch of the tower out of the way on day one!
This one is from Elliott Stables - a food hall next door to where we stayed. It was perfect for a day of recovering from jet lag.
And here we skip to after the Symposium. I was so happy with this page because after days of (really wonderful) workshops, it was nice to sketch in my own style. I captured the hotel laundry room as I washed clothes, and a takoyaki stand where I waited for lunch. One of the best things about this trip was that I got to go to two takoyaki stands!
The Auckland War Memorial Museum was a delight! So were the mussels I had later at The Occidental.
On our last day, I was packed and ready to go way too early, so I drew the hotel room, using what I had learned from Stephanie Bower's perspective workshop. It was sad to say goodbye to this sweet little room!
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