A plane in disguise!

A couple of weeks ago USk Tacoma met at this wonderful furniture in Sumner, WA. I remember that I visited The Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse probably 17 years ago and I loved it the first time I laid eyes in it but never returned until now. Inside it was very festive as it is Christmas time and Santa was on his way there to greet a long line a little ones with their parents in order to take their Santa pictures. I loved the magnificent train traveling al around the ceiling. The furniture its spectacular.

I took my time browsing the different departments before settling in to start drawing. I walked and walked trying to find something out of so many subjects I could draw but nothing would call my name until that moment that I looked up and guess what? There it was, a plane disguising in plain sight! It was very challenging to draw  with all its lines and shapes. Drawing planes takes a lot of practices and this is the very first one I have ever drew. Totally out of my league I can say but I always welcome a good challenge. 🙂  This is the result.


Until next time and Happy Sketching,


About D. Abreu

I am a psychotherapist by profession but felt in love with the arts, watercolor painting and Urban Sketching. With no formal background or education in fine arts I decided to teach myself using any resources I could find and this is my journey.
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