The nice thing about being an urban sketcher is always having something to do. If you have to wait for two hours on a flight or at a gate and forgot to bring something to read, you can always sketch. I use that opportunity to practice drawing people. That is definitely my weak area in sketching. Or I try a new medium, in the above sketch I used the waterbrush which I hadn't used in a while.
The following sketches were done on my way back to Seattle from the Oakland Airport to home.
By the way, I was proud to use public transportation on both ends from Seattle to Oakland. I used the Sound Transit Link Light Rail to get from Seattle to Seatac Airport for only $3.25. From Oakland Airport I took the shuttle to the BART Coliseum Station then caught BART to Fremont, CA for $9.65. I did the opposite on my way home. This allowed my family to just pick me up at the local BART or Sound Transit Station.
Yay to public transportation. Avoid the traffic!
|Gate 28 South West Airlines we ended up moving to Gate 32|
|Waiting for our flight at Gate 32|
|Flight from Oakland to Seatac|
|Light Rail from Seatac Airport to Seattle.|