Here’s another friendly reminder to complete our challenge this week of drawing 1 (or more) architecturally-related subjects! .
You can draw a whole building 🕌 or even just a little piece of one 🚪
Tag us or use the hashtag #penandinkalliance for a chance to be featured at the end of the week. Submissions are due by midnight on Saturday (EST)!
Ready, set, draw!
Dinosaurs used to be it for me. Every few years my parents would take @grantdraws and me to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. It was like seeing all the pictures on our walls come to life. I could name every one, from Apatosaurus to Zephrysaurus. For a certain type of kid, it was really important to be a keeper of that arcane, ancient knowledge. It was a place you could escape to, one of pure magic. When I sat down to draw the Allosaurus at the American Museum of Natural History, I was transported back. It was fun sitting there in the lobby, elementary school classes and tourists from all over the world filing past me. After a while, a guard asked me to come with him. “I hate to bother you, but you need to show your drawing to my friend.” I happily obliged, then I wandered off to get lost among the African wildlife in the next room.