My wife and I spent a few days in Prince Edward Island. I told you about the international editorial cartoon exhibition, Freedom in Broad Strokes. Now, below, are some scenes from our trip.
These are color sketches, blown up from my sketchbook. I was doodling and scribbling with no pencil foundation so, you know, it's doodly and messy and all that
TOOL NERD INFO:
- Pen: Micron Pigma 5mm
- Color: a kids' watercolor set from a dimestore
First up: Canadian Maritime Swimwear. It's a bit chilly, but the locals are used to it!
Below: Camping in PEI! Active fun for some, passive smoking for others!
Night time was dark and you could only hear voices and see everyone's campfire. One young girl was thrashing on an old guitar, singing what sounded like folk songs, but, when listening closely, they all turned out to be old Alanis Morissette hits. The middle aged fellow in a Winnebago was visibly smitten, He really did stand at the edge of his site and go "Wooo!"
Some good things and bad things about the trip:
EDIT: "NO BARS" should be on the right and "IRISH BARS" should be on the left. Thanks to Caryn Alma for pointing out my transpositional boo-boo.
"No bars" was probably for the best. My wife played great Irish music with the session players at The Old Triangle. She was in top form!
And here are the actual uncut pages:
Yes, that's the bookmark hanging there on the page. I am a lazy scanner, huh?
Oh, the toe's all better now!