My next article in International Artist Magazine (Issue 129) is about sketching at the airport.
Here's a tip: The international terminals have bigger wide-body aircraft, and therefore larger waiting areas. The planes also come and go less frequently, which allows you a longer time to study them.
|TSA Guy, watercolor pencils and water brushes,|
5 x 5" (13 x 13 cm)
Normally you need a boarding pass to get beyond the ticketing and check-in area. A few airports offer “airside access” for people who want to explore the shops and terminals. For example, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has the “myPITpass” that gives you access to the terminal and gates. You still have to pass through TSA like anyone else.
International Artist Magazine (Issue 129)