Friday, October 23, 2009

Bedford and Lincoln


It looks like rain today so I'm glad I got a chance to get a drawing done this morning. This is Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Quick and simple.

9 comments:

Sheila said...

Either it was a heck of a long traffic light or you're a heck of a quick sketcher getting all those cars in this awesome scene.

Stephen Gardner said...

Hey Sheila, thankfully the cars were parked, thanks as always.

tony said...

Steve Hi, I've followed your daily sketches closely. You should be very proud of each and every one of them. I'm particularly fond of this series of ink drawings - maybe because I witnessed you draw in a similar style in Canterbury. FAB as always.

Stephen Gardner said...

Tony, so great to hear from you, hope you and Jenny are doing well. Think of you often and hope you visit soon, I'll show you a good time. Love to you and all the kids. You are never far from my thoughts.

Stay cool brother, Brooklyn beckons.

Pyracantha said...

definitely an "ashcan school" style drawing.

Gillian said...

Ahhhh - the water towers are back. Love it Steve, keep 'em comin' ;o)

Stephen Gardner said...

Pyra, thanks for that one.

Gills, I think it's the same water towers ass last time.

Munich Newman said...

Nice indeed.
Interesting that you have left detail off the foremost building and maintained the detail in the distance, I would be guessing, " is it to allow the cars to be more prominent in the foreground against a diminished backdrop?".

Excuse me a moment:
Tony, hellooooo.
Go visit, I'm sure you will...
..and you certainly should.

Stephen Gardner said...

Hey Fraser, thanks and Tony certainly should come with his amazing new wife.