Today, I found a chair in the woods.
More quick sketches in St James Park. Each: Ink and watercolour, 23 x 13cm.
Four quick sketches — each under ten minutes — in St James’s Park.
Dying grass and thistles by the edge of the lake.
Breeze over the water.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office buildings behind the trees.
The London Eye from St James’s Park.
Each: Ink and watercolour, 23 x 13cm.
Urban Sketchers in Greenwich: Torrential rain, hot sunshine, and fierce winds.
A carousel (Famous Carousel The Pride of London), and vintage snack van, in front of the Cutty Sark.
Sheltering on the balcony of one of Wren’s buildings.
Each: Ink and watercolour, 43 x 13cm. Click to enlarge.
Ink and watercolour, 26 x 9cm.
Ink, 23 x 13cm.
From an almost continuous line of scribble, trees emerge.
Ink, 21 x 13cm.
Still working just in ink. How to capture the pools of sunlight breaking through gaps in the heavily-leaved trees?
Ink and watercolour, 21 x 13cm.
Linework in ink, then adding tone in black watercolour. It was meant to be one consistent tone, but that’s not as easy as I thought.