"I found it difficult to achieve this work. It had to be spontaneous while at the same time have a sense of colour balance/harmony. Hope I have managed it this time around. Have become a little tired of drawing conventional landscapes. This kind of…"
Thank you very much Gordon. the abna sounds tbe sort of of places that I've been looking for I've fallen Into a style that I enjoy, when I first heard the term nieve art a couple of years ago years ago i didn't know how to take it, now after finding out more take it as a compliment thank you
Thanks for the likes and comments, the bakery was one of about 12 sketches I did after a trip to the amberley working museum in Susse. I did 7 while at the museum a couple while sitting on the M25 while waiting for recovery after a tyre blow out and the rest at home
Thank you very much Gordon so far although I've had a lot of interest it hasn't gone Into sales. it seems that. MY scribbles are getting me noticed more than my acrylic painting. Although I put a show of 40 paintings at the local library I had no sales there either
It can get a bit frustrating when things don't clear , you write it out , there are no hanging words were you changed your mind on what you're going to say and after you press comment the load of garbled stuff appears like you have a bad stutter .
sometimes when that keeps happening I write it elsewhere and cut and paste it in the comments box
Up to now i haven't had lessons or am I in an art group really , the only place locally for lesson main do painting by numbers the convert a photo into a line picture and print them out to be filled in. So most of what I've learned if from You tube and advice from on line groups , i did join a community art gallery in December but that is only a shop front for displaying a few paintings for sale there were gatherings and that's closed now
Thanks for your Lovely comments Gordon, much of what you see is my version of a diary. I do these quick scribble of thing that happen or i see during the day. thaey normally only take 10 to 15 minutes from scribble to the splash of watercolour as you can imagine I have lots of fun with these. I started art in a different way to most people i never doodle drew or painted until just over 4 years ago and i started with acrylic painting and started watercolour and drawing later , with watercolour I'm trying to beat watercolours into my acrylic style which might be why it's not easy to pigeon hole , i don't plan anything or sketch it out so everything i do is spur of the moment
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