Yesterday’s on-the-spot work at Type Kita at 10a Alabama Street.
This segment was actually Tippy (of Googly Gooeys) and June Digan's Watercolor Playdate demo. Everyone was free to join in, just bring in your art materials so I brought my stuff that day. I actually thought a lot of people would join in but only me and Richelle ended up joining in.
I did 6 doodles, 5-10 minutes each and raffled them off to random people (ex. person wearing a backpack, person whose name starts with Z, etc.) I’m not really a type artist or letterer. The only lettering I did was to write down the raffle winner’s name in watercolor after I was finished with the work. Unfortunately I can’t remember all the names I wrote so if you got my work, please message me your name and email so I can keep track. :)
It was a great experience. It’s my first time painting in public and the first quarter of the segment was nerve wracking and afterwards I just got really tired. Haha… I couldn’t do it using my usual style so I just did this simplified version that I use for drawing my thumbnails/drafts. It’s refreshing to draw quick and it’s nice to be reminded not to be attached to your work.
Thanks super to Tippy and June for having me around and also to the organizers of Type Kita for coming up with an awesome event!