I have been remiss with publishing my sketches form the last Urban Sketchers' sketchcrawls, so here they are now.
In December we went to the Christmas market, which is slowly becoming a tradition of ours.
The Christmas market in the capital has grown a lot over the years an can now boast three main locations. This time I focused on the small ice skating rink on Place Guillaume II. The day was wonderfully sunny and the rink was full of people.
A mulled wine at a nearby café surrounded by friends were the perfect end to a lovely aftenoon.
In January we went to the Mudam. I was very pleasantly surprised at the big turnout: 17 people came to sketch with us this time!
It was the last day of the Wim Delvoye exhibit, an artist that has already been shown at the Mudam several years ago. Here are a few of his works. Tattooed pigs (I have mixed feelings about them, but they looked so friendly I couldn't resist sketching them).
One of his Cloaca machines.
I'm not sure these metal trees were part of his exhibit but I really liked this view, specially with two of my fellow sketchers in the background.