Mongolia 2011 Location Sketches

Little by little I’m getting caught up, but there are a couple of really interesting irons in the fire that I’ll be posting about in the weeks ahead that have taken a fair amount of email time.

In the meantime, there’s this trip I just took, during which I managed to find some sketching time, both in my journal and in my iPad.

First are the ones I did in my Moleskin sketch journal. They were pretty much all done in five minutes or less for the small ones and maybe twenty for the one that crosses both pages. Some were done during lunch stops, some at camp between drives. The cows and sheep were done at the home ger of my driver, where I got to stay overnight. That wonderful experience will rate its own post:

...we're going and that's ok.

Since no one pestered me while I did the above sketch, I got out my iPad and did a couple more quick studies.

Parliament Building
Three of a large group of women who were meeting on the square, some wearing beautiful del

Before we left on our “wildlife tour”, Pokey and I had time to wander around UB. I took her to the Museum of the Chojin Lama. Since I had been in the temples before, I got out my iPad and did a little sketching of a few of the statues flanking the entry stairs of the main temple.

2 thoughts on “Mongolia 2011 Location Sketches

  1. Really enjoyed your iPad sketches. Am just starting out finger painting. Really could identify with the line work. Any tips on solving the glare problem?


  2. The only thing I’ve found is that one simply has to sit so that it’s shaded. There are matte protection screens, but they totally defeat any reason for having an iPad with the Retina display and I still don’t think that would make much of a difference. If you decide to try a stylus, I’m happy with the one from Box Wave.


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