I was looking around at multiple artists on the Urban Sketchers website, which is what it sounds like really, its a website with multiple artists on who sketch urban environments. There are around 100 artists on the websites and they are located all over the world, i looked at various different artists and then came across Paul Heaston and i enjoyed his work so i looked into it more. He has a lot of observational sketches and these are a few i liked in particular:
What drew me towards Paul Heaston’s over some of the other artists i looked at was his use of perspectives, its shown really well with the sketch in the car. I found out that it was called fish eye perspective drawing and he uses for a lot of his sketches. I also like the way he doesn’t use any colour in his sketches and his use of lines for shading, pretty much all of the shading in his sketches are built up lines, i assume this is probably because he uses pen to draw but it gives it a really nice effect. Another thing i like about his sketches are that in some of them he includes himself drawing as he is drawing, i think this might be the fish eye perspective but I’m not sure.
*I later found out/Realised that fish eye perspective is the same as on cameras to give you a wider shot.