Monday, August 21, 2006

Sketchcrawl Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Here are drawings from my trip to Puerto Vallarta.

Underside of the palm leaf umbrella.

Busy streets were bustling with one lane for buses, three lanes for cars, trucks, etc. and then repeat going the other way.

These are a couple streets along the Malécon boardwalk, alongside downtown Puerto Vallarta. The mountains were covered in dense rainforest and dotted with houses peeking out.

The full name of the cathedral is Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (Church of Our Lady Guadalupe) and it sits just outside the main downtown square.

I didn't actually witness a bull fight - I was watching it on Mexican television.

Los Arcos was where I snorkeled. The little dots next to the boat represent people's heads bobbing on the surface.

1 comment:

Gerald said...

Fantastic line work and layout! Love your sketches.