An exploration of London city through sketchbook drawings.
I have been a Londoner all my life, born 1992. I have found myself traveling around, drawing the city and being amazed by some of the wonderful buildings and places I have failed to take much notice of. When drawing in a place for a day you start to make a connection with the buildings and objects around you, and you begin to feel grounded. This blog is an exploration of London through drawings, and I will be attempting to find out as much as I can about the places, and people In this amazing and scary city.
Monday, 17 October 2016
The London Millennium Footbridge or as my Granny calls it the Wobbly bridge.
I was on the beach of the Thames below the Tate modern. A good spot for some drawing allows you to get away from the rush of tourists and agitated suits rushing around.