Washington, DC isn't all about politics, politics, and...er...politics; it's also quite the food town as well. While some neighborhoods feature eateries of all sorts, others are somewhat devoid of plentiful lunchtime options. For the latter, the void has been filled with an eclectic selection of increasingly popular food trucks. Such is the case with the West End neighborhood, which features plenty of luxury hotels, high-end condo buildings, and non-profit headquarters, but not much when it comes to quick lunchtime spots, hence making West End a food truck destination. Here are two of them, which I sketched during lunchtime strolls:
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Monday, October 21, 2013
For the 41st World Wide Sketchcrawl, the D.C. group met at the Maine Avenue Fish Market. Between the buildings, the fish, the customers, and the boats, it made for a pretty good place to sketch, and not too crowded.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Inspired by Joel's sketches from last year, I checked out this year's H Street Festival. Food, weird cars, rollergirls, art and lots of people. Sadly I missed an opportunity to try a faux-cronut, but otherwise a lot of fun.
I'm starting to enjoy putting sketches together in strip form. It's taking me a little longer to plan out, put together, and sketch, but I'm diggin' it.