Oh the appeal of watercolours. These artists show how a sketchbook comes alive with depth and luminosity when the medium is watercolour. Above: Sylvain Cnudde, a beach in Normandy, France.
Tokyo based freelance illustrator Yoshie Kondo gets minimalism (and colour and line) exactly right in these selections from a huge portfolio of travel sketchbooks. (Click image for larger view)
Fatma al Remaihi is the illustrator and graphic artist behind the popular tumblr site Fatma Loves to Draw. These are just a few samples from the Sketchbooking section of her site.
Russian illustrator Anna Rastorgueva sketches with Copic markers in life-drawing style. She is a commercial artist, but the personal sketches in her portfolio are exquisite. These are from her travel albums.
Polina Oshu is a graphic designer from St. Petersburg based in Riga. She calls herself an endless pattern-making machine.
Chandler O’Leary has been chronicling her travels in sketch stories since 2013, generating a huge following, as well as prints, stationery and a book (a road trip atlas of the west coast here). If you don’t already know her, here’s an introduction to her wonderful blog, Drawn the […]