The Knoxville-Rothenburg Sketchbook #9: Figures in Austria

A number of these images were drawn in Austria.  I found it curious that some images of Saints played with scale.  Thus a saint could be holding a whole church in his hand, or I played with the idea that a figure could have a whole panoply of animals in their arms.

Spitz

In Spitz Austria we went to a delightful ship building museum, the upper right is an image of hanging boat that I drew there.  Also here you see various thoughts from scripture to a name of cartoonist we saw in Krems, and a head with budding plants.  It all lands in the sketchbook.

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Visual Artist Brother Sojourner College Professor Christ follower
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One Response to The Knoxville-Rothenburg Sketchbook #9: Figures in Austria

  1. What to draw says:

    Creative sketches. Gets the juices flowin’, thanks for sharing these.

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