Boats, fishermen, water, and more!Posted: November 21, 2020 Filed under: USkO | Tags: Honolulu Harbor, urban sketchers, usk, USkO 4 Comments
A little drizzle and a little wind couldn’t stop us from sketching at Pier 38 this morning. What a nice Saturday to be outdoors sketching daily harbor activities.
There’s so much to sketch at the harbor: classic fishing boats with fishermen onboard, the ripples of the greenish harbor water, fallen seed pods on the ground, and the large shipping machinery in the distance. Time just flies by when you are trying to focus on your sketch.
But we did it!
Thank you all for sketching today. We are looking at December 12th for our next on location holiday sketching. Check back for more info.
Happy Thanksgiving fellow sketchers! Be safe.
On a side note: Some of my photos are missing from the slideshow. I’ve written to wordpress to inquire why.
Are you ready to to sketch at the harbor?Posted: November 16, 2020 Filed under: USkO | Tags: Honolulu, Honolulu Harbor, oahu urban sketchers, pier 38, urban sketchers, usk, USkO Leave a comment
We are so excited to see your happy faces as we sketch together this Saturday, November 21st at Pier 38. Please read previous post here for location.
To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 20th with your name and phone number. It looks like there will be 7 of us so far, so we will break up into 2 groups to be compliant with Oahu’s Tier 2 guidelines. You can also review Urban Sketchers guidelines here.
See you on Saturday 10am to noon!
Tugged and TiedPosted: July 23, 2016 Filed under: USkO | Tags: Honolulu Harbor Leave a comment
Honolulu Harbor was active this morning. Tugboats waltzed barges around, speakers blared on a recently docked cruise ship, and numerous small vessels zipped by. From our vantage point, we could see it all… including curtains of rain missing us by just a couple of city blocks.
Show-and-tell exposed us to the usual variety of styles, techniques, and sketch sizes (this week’s extreme being a smartphone!). Special themes touched upon today: speed sketching (those barges move fast… or do we sketch slowly?) and details versus sweeping strokes. Other than that, we were grateful to Darby for holding off for the duration of our event.
As always, feedback is very welcome: if you have suggestions for future locations, or ideas regarding the format of our events, please let us know!
Also, do not forget to check out the day’s sketches on Flickr – and upload yours!