Well, I’ve managed to find the time to scan in the first installment of my Santiago sketch diary – which is, as I speak, all that I’ve actually drawn.
For me, it’s a slightly odd feeling to be combining my day job and my illustration, especially in as personal an environment as a diary. Still, for better or worse, here it is.
As always, click on each image to see it at a readable size.
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I’m not actually sure how much sense this page makes (despite having presented it as me explaining it really simply to my mum – which did actually happen while I was in Bath a couple of weeks previously) because I wrote it while still suffering from the effects of the long flight…
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I tweeted about landing at the same time as One Direction. My word, I’ve never had so many retweets, replies and favourites. Do I dare tag this post ‘1D’…?
Work did actually ask me to record the conference in illustrations, and tweet them, which was very sweet. I had lots of other things to do – tweeting an account of what was going on, videoing, taking notes for our company blog, etc, but I did do these one and a half pages (below).
Watch this space: I will have another installment ready as soon as I can find the time. And, because I am only human, I will probably find the time more quickly if you leave me encouraging comments on this post. :)
Update: installment two is here.
4 thoughts on “Santiago, Chile: sketch diary, installment 1”
I really love your sketch diary!
Thank you! :D
These are brilliant – beautiful, and really captured the atmosphere of the trip. I’ll use the second image to explain to my family what we were doing there too, I think :)
Thanks Mark! As ever, I feel like that picture could do with some copy editing and several more drafts, but I’m glad it has acheived some of its aims anyway.
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