Sketching

Sketching is not a strange topic for many people who follow the art area. Clearly, artists need to sketch every artwork before they add detail and color to the pictures. On Thursday, I spent my time on sketching the view in the Japanese Garden at CSULB school. I also met some good friends who also sketched their pictures. A girl sketched the view very well and she told that drawing was her passion, although she studied business in school. I had a lot of fun with them, although the weather was quite hot. There are my photos and sketches:

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We can see this photo have a small water fall covered by trees with green and red leaves. It also has sunshine through foliage into the water.
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The view of one of parts of Japanese Garden with the main subject, trees. It also has a small lake with a lot of duckweed on the surface of the lake.
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This is another part of Japanese Garden. It has a lot of trees covering the small lake and the rest stop for visitors. Nearest, It has gravel beach which makes more color for the photo.
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This is photo which I focus on the flying leave, the blur one. I took when the wind blew the leave. It is quite abstract.
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The gravel beach.
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The surface of the bench where visitors sit to avoid the sunshine.
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The sketch for the gravel beach.
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The sketch for the flying leaves.
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The sketch for the surface of the bench
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The drawing of the view of the small part of Japanese Garden with tree and flowers running along the lake.
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The drawing of the small land in the middle of the lake.
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The drawing of the bridge crossing separated the small water fall and the lake
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