This year I had an honest-to-goodness summer holiday. I went to Andalusia (southern Spain), it was sunny and glorious, and I drew. It wasn’t a work trip, and it wasn’t a few days of holiday added to a conference or convention. It was a holiday.
Here’s the photo version of my sketchbook: http://lydw.tumblr.com/search/andalusia
And here’s more about the fancy augmented printed version of my sketchbook.
Here’s how the magic in the video works:
- buy the printed sketchbook for £3 (I’ll have printed sketchbooks at Thought Bubble (table 96, New Dock Hall), then at Paperjammening, then will sort online shop stuff after that)
- download the free Aurasma app, and find my channel (username: lyd_w)
- using the app, take a picture of the last panel of each sketch to see magically (technologically) augmented content.
- fiddle with the app settings until step 3 works (note: this book is an experiment. It might need some fiddling).
This only works from the printed sketchbook, not from the photos. But here are some photos anyway:
That’s Plaza de Espana, in Fuengirola.
That’s Plaza de Espana, Seville (site of the 1929 Expo).
That’s Calle Espana in Fuengirola, from the post office steps.
That’s the plane home.