There is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats. Kenneth Grahame

Watercolor paintings of Cinque Terra, Florence, and Tuscany. Watercolor artwork of boats in the Mediterranean Sea. Watercolor paintings of Greece, the Colusseum, Nafpaktos and Roman ruins.

Windows by Jim Darling | Windows by Jim Darling | The best part of any plane ride, executed beautifully in paint and wood. I love this idea. // loved by

I could draw the shape of an eye and fill the inside with my views, favourite places, favourite people, favourite sounds etc.

Drawing People....

There& a New Yorker magazine cartoon from the which I loved when I was young. It shows a man watching tiny figures walk out of a sto.

An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

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moving drawing so that each ticket with a different drawing can be videos so that its a short film of someones "journey".

Sketch by Andrea Joseph. Whichever theme you choose - remember that you can DRAW really well - it takes time, it's hard but it gets you marks and it helps you PROGRESS. Why not commit to ONE DRAWING EVERY DAY for the first week or two?

sketch by Andrea Joseph. This drawing looks like it has been done with biro pens. I particularly like this effect as it illustrates the theme of simple objects. The use of minimal colours on the train ticket helps to make the sketch more exciting.

felix scheinberger - urban sketch

Idea: look at the "messy" energy. Time to sketch faster and stop worrying about "perfect.

Distopian Future Scribbled Upon Used Train Tickets : Ian Bowden : flickr

What do you do with your old train tickets when the journey’s over? Welcome to the incredibly creative world of old train tickets.

Paul Heaston: Drawing in the car in Denver, Colorado

A three-part sketch completed between February and March 2014 (at several locations). Staedtler Pigment Liner and Micron in pocket Moleskine sketchbook.

British Artist Charles HARDAKER - The Tube - Metropolitan I like the clarity of this piece- the way that the whole of the picture has been painted so clearly makes the viewer feel as though they are looking through the window into the carriage.

Charles HARDAKER artist, paintings and art at the Red Rag British Art Gallery

Last mile home - Christian Hook

Last mile home - Christian Hook Focusing on the iconic tube line this piece shows London on a more personal scale, anyone who lives in London will easily relate to it