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"I was born in Mumbai (Bombay) and lived in different parts of India until I moved to San Jose, California, where I now live.Travel inspires my art, but, traveling or not, I try to view the world around me as a traveller would; so whether I’m capturing a moment of calm on the banks of the Ganges in India, or sketching over coffee at my local coffee shop, I aim to look deeply, and with wonder, at both the everyday and the exotic, the old and the new. My sketch kit consists of Extra Fine Sharpies (the fact that they bleed into the paper as soon as they touch it works really well for me—it forces me to work super-quick), a small set of Prismacolor pencils and a little watercolor travel set".• Blog• Flickr "I was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador, where I studied architecture.I have met and sketched with many wonderful people around the globe, either at symposiums or during other travel, because the USk network brought us together.I sketch almost weekly with my local group, sharing sketches, art supplies and friendship.Part 8 of the Urban Sketchers Manifesto, to “show the world, one drawing at a time,” has a flip side: Sketching enables me to see my own world, one drawing at a time.In the last four years, it is not an exaggeration to say that Urban Sketchers has changed my life.My sketches are not necessarily about “special” moments; they are moments made special because I sketched them."Tina has been editor of Drawing Attention since 2013 and now serves on the Urban Sketchers editorial board.See more of her sketches on her blog, on Flickr and on Instagram.
I wanted to learn to see, and therefore experience, those locations (and any new ones that I travel to) more completely.I moved to Kassel (Germany) in 1999 to accomplish a master degree.Although I have always drawn and paint, it was not until I started studying in the Uni-Kassel, that I started keeping a travel sketchbook.Davis: calm, old-fashioned, progressive, quirky, very very hot in the summer.I use micron and copic pens, with watercolour."• Pete's blog.• Pete's art on Flickr.