Sketch of the Day: Fashionable Copenhagen Posted on October 4, 2014 by zeladoniac Posted in Art, Copenhagen, Culture, Denmark, Diversions, Drawing, fashion, figure drawing, models, self-indulgence, Sketching, travel, urban sketchingTagged bird metaphors, birds, Copenhagen, Denmark, drawing, fashion, fashionista, figure drawing, life drawing, outfits, sketchbooks, street fashion, street wear, Urban Sketching Copenhagen is a strongly well-dressed city, with the most excellent (and practical) street style I’ve ever seen. It’s understated and tasteful, based on endlessly nuanced blacks and grays, but now and then someone flashes in like a rare warbler and jars the color-scheme ecosystem. Today, a British fashionista took a seat at our favorite hangout and turned heads with her plumage, which verged on aposematic. The flock took heed. Watercolor over pencil, Stillman & Birn Alpha Series Sketchbook. Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
2 thoughts on “Sketch of the Day: Fashionable Copenhagen”
You are not just a phenomenal sketch artist, you are a very entertaining writer. This is JUST the kind of post I like to read: visually interesting and witty.
I love the colors. I am going to have to look up “aposematic” in the dictionary!