So in the Sunday afternoon, I checked out the Pasadena Chalk Festival 2016. First I've ever been to. Pretty sweet. Lots of interesting work, and tons of fan art. It was 106° F in Pasadena, however, so it was super duper hot. It's interesting because last week was the Pasadena Music Festival, and the weather was cloudy and a bit rainy. Things would've been very different if it did rain today. Sort of like what happened in Mary Poppins when rain messed up Burt's chalk drawings.
I try to attend a lot of these artsy events, mostly to inspire me. After all, I do live in Pasadena, which has a lot of art-related events and places. Gotta make the most of it. This time, I took the train to get to the festival mostly so I wouldn't have to worry about parking. The Metro station was almost a mile away from my apartment, so I walked over there. Next time I'll park my car there instead--it was way too hot to be walking in the street.
As usual, I took my sketchbook with me, but I mostly sketched while waiting for the train and not during the festival. I generally don't tend to draw a drawing of someone else's drawing.
With that said, here are some photos of the artworks I saw at the event:
It's like a requirement to have Deadpool somewhere these days.
One of the more noticeably 3-D drawings.
Royalty. Get it? Get it? Har har.
Adam, I don't think we survived that crash...
Ah, an Overwatch fan
But, no Porky?
Ah, this was a fun flick
Something a bit more old school. Nice!