Friday, September 5, 2008

Logan Airport

Jeanette and I are on our way to the annual meeting of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI), which will be held this summer in Yellowstone Park.

We got to Logan airport in Boston a little early, so I did a watercolor study of an airplane in a small Moleskine watercolor sketchbook, working across the gutter. Usually planes don’t spend very long at the gates, but this one was held up for a while because of tropical storm Anna.

5 comments:

DPetersen said...

I really like the refections on the bootom of the plane and the suggestion of the accordian-fold on the ramp.

Timpa said...

Lovely! ill be doing some of these soon enough on my way back to NYC!

Shawn Escott said...

ooooooo... very nice!!! Wonderful little study! Great reflective light under the nose.

Eric Orchard said...

Beautiful study! Hard perspective and the nose looks perfect.

Corina St. Martin said...

That's just beautiful! I also love the bottom side of the plane. How long did this take?