Tuesday, February 18, 2014

A great time sketching with Texas Tech Landscape Architecture students!

Last week I was privileged to conduct a two day sketching workshop with a group of landscape architecture students at Texas Tech University.  These are a few of the exercises and demos that we did.  The two days culminated in a location sketching session on campus.  What a great group of students!  Thanks to Instructors Christine Casanova and Katherine Nelson for recognizing the importance of sketching in the creative process and for giving me the opportunity to share a few of the things that I have learned over the years!



We enjoyed a short session of location sketching to wind up the 2 day event.
Pen and Ink w/ watercolor added later-Moleskine 5x8" watercolor sketchbook

3 comments:

  1. Fantastic, Tim...so glad you got to do that! The students are lucky to have you as part of their design community.

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