9am is far too early to stumble across a pair of 20 foot high peacocks, just begging to be sketched.
Peacock flower display in The Bellagio Conservatory
Once I finished the pen work, I eyed up the fancy mosaic floor and decided this was not the place to risk ‘Inktober day five: The return’. So I went round the corner to a safer spot, to finish the ink wash.
Don’t spill it. Don’t spill it.
Not quite believing that no one moved me and my grubby little palette on, I returned to my flowered friends to finish off.
Next stop, the worlds largest chocolate fountain, 8m high and multi-flavoured!
A woman knows real love, for the first time
My final stop of the day had to be the fountain of the gods at Caesars palace.
Oh wing-ed horse you are the campest I have ever seen, with your teeth so white. Forever destined to be a grinning backdrop in the photographs of tourists less beautiful than you.
Today I was mostly, trapped in permanent twilight inside The Venetian and Caesars Palace.
Gondolas at twilight and opera at 11am.
Endlessly circling to find a way out of Caesar’s Palace, I eventually gave up and sketched this man having a meltdown
One final casino sketch before bed