Santiago, Chile: sketch diary, installment 2

This is part two of my Santiago sketch diary: you can read the first installment here.

It’s been a busy couple of weeks, but in between invigilating my Open House, attending Brighton festival events, and all the normal duties of job and parenthood, I have been beavering away on the Santiago sketch diary.

I’m only two days further on! But that does represent another 4 double spreads, and now there is only the final day (and maybe a ‘wrap up’ page) to complete the whole thing.

As always, click on each image to see it at a more readable size.

Santiago sketch diary by Myfanwy Tristram

Wednesday night and Thursday: trip to Cajón de Maipo with a very generous contact (and now friend) I made through blogging.

This page mentions pebre, which I liked so much I had a go at making at home: I used this recipe.

Santiago sketch diary by Myfanwy Tristram

Friday: To the top of San Cristóbal hill, home of the pregnant Mary who oversees the city and can be seen lit up at night.

Santiago sketch diary by Myfanwy Tristram

Friday continued: a bicycle tour with La Bicicleta Verde (recommended if you are in Santiago) and the mystery of Duncan’s shorts.

Santiago sketch diary by Myfanwy Tristram

Friday evening: visit to the Costanera tower, and a page showing the souvenirs I brought back for loved ones.

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Update: installment three is here.

Published by Myfanwy Tristram

I am an illustrator, situated in Brighton on the south coast of England, and with a special interest in comics and graphic memoir. I also work for a non-profit which encourages people to be active in democracy and to exercise rights such as the right to information through FOIA.

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