Today we got to leave early. Good for me, bad for them (the company's busy!). I was on my way home and looked over at a courtyard behind the Anglican Church of Christ on Union Street north of Sainte-Catherine Street and it looked so lovely I decided to stop and draw something. The seat I settled on had this great view!
|Anglican Church of Christ|
I took this photo with my cell phone, and then I loved it so much I decided to draw it!
|My interpretation of the church. For someone (me) who doesn't do a lot of realism, I'd say this was pretty aewsome!|
After I drew this I strolled around to see what this tourist was photographing. Apparently it was this!
|It's strange. I walked only a meter and the colour of the sky and building totally changed!|
It's really fun to take pictures of buildings reflecting off buildings. As I was strolling around I suddenly ran into a sign that was about ribcage high. It had a pointy metal edge, and it totally rammed in my abdomen! It left a mark, but thankfully not a bruise. I felt so silly walking into that! But what I was thinking was "why are there signs screwed into the ground all over the place?" I mean, I'd have to look down to see them!
Hopefully I can find more things to draw! I'm starting to become less rusty and more at ease. I guess I'll have to start carrying a small amount of supplies with me in case the need strikes me.