Sketchbook Skool Drawings

Waercolour of a Caramel Wafer Biscuit

Over the past 6 weeks I took part in an online drawing course. I got a bit behind because I was ill so I need to go back and finish some of the work that I missed but these are a few drawings that I did complete.

Watercolour drawing of a wooden park bench in London

These drawings were inspired by the classes taught by Danny Gregory, Koosje Koene and Tommy Kane respectively.

Watercolour drawing of a kitchen, toaster, microwave


10 thoughts on “Sketchbook Skool Drawings

  1. Alison Clayton-Smith Reply

    They look great. Are they done in pencil? Getting all the writing on the Caramel Wafer must have taken some patience!

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Thanks Alison. They’re drawn using a black Copic Multiliner and coloured in with watercolour paints. You’re right about the lettering. I often sit down and start drawing something only to realise that there’s loads of text on the thing I’ve chosen. It’s too late to back out by that point though!

  2. Joy @ Joyfully Green Reply

    So cool! Love your illustrations and they still remind me of early Warhol. Especially loved learning about Sketchbook Skool–what an interesting concept!

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Really kind of you to say, Joy! And yes, Sketchbook Skool is something quite unlike a lot of other online courses I’ve come across. I’m already signed up for the 2nd semester :).

  3. Tamara Epps Reply

    Wow, these are incredible, thanks for sharing.

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Thanks Tamara. I hope you’re doing OK at the moment.

  4. Dale Reply

    I love your style… very pretty!

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Thanks Dale :).

  5. Matt Reply

    The kitchen is fantastic, I think that’s exactly what he wanted us to do.

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Thanks Matt!

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