Friday, August 15, 2014

Travel journal pages

Do you like traveling as much as I do? 
I am a lucky girl because I get to travel every so often now for Sketchbook Skool. I have been recording new video lessons for the third kourse of Sketchbook Skool! A bit tiring, and when you travel for work, you get to see less of course, but still: such adventures! Paris is so close to Amsterdam, I am asking myself why I haven't visited for almost 15 years. The fast speed train takes you to the heart of the city in just 3 hours time. And I was quite amazed about my French - it wasn't too bad, or well, I could make a little bit of conversation and could understand quite a bit.


Even though the schedule for the two days we had planned in Paris were very full, I managed to draw a little.

A few days later, I found myself in the middle of Stockholm. The old city is so very pretty, and there's sketch opportunities on every corner of the street (just like in paris).




11 comments:

  1. Hi Koosje, I see you are leaving clues like little bread crumbs! I'm guessing the expressive Lapin in Paris and the uber-talented Nina Johanssenn in Stockholm. Hope I'm correct! Hope you have a nice weekend!

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    1. mmmm... no, sorry to disappoint you! We'll be announcing soon, and I promise it won't be disappointing!

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  2. Oh Wow. Hope you are right Annette!

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  3. I love your Stockholm drawings, its such a Nice City too. Tomorrow i m visiting Antwerp with soms people form the course i t ook in France. I m so excited i can 't sleep :-)

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  4. The Paris one reminds me of Andrea Joseph, a little. I was thinking Sweden was Mattias Adolfsson?

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    1. Thanks, that's a huge compliment! And yes!

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  5. How wonderful to see your travels. I am thrilled to see all your different styles! What a pleasure!

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  6. No, the new teachers are Jean Christoph Defline and Mattias Adolfsson ;)

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