My latest drawing with Derwent Lightfast Coloured Pencils is of rich green poplar trees in Castle Park. In this post you can find out about the drawing techniques I used to create the leaves, grass, sky, shadow etc.
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Introducing Derwent Lightfast Oil Pencils
Lightfast Coloured Pencils are pencils that have a pigment that is resistant to fading and discolouration when exposed to light. The sheer variety of colours and how they can be used allow me more creative freedom without the mess of mixing paint.
The Drone, Stained Glass Window And Marc Chagall
I would like to take you on a journey through the creation of Trinity Church in Clitheroe. This is a demonstration of the artist’s approach to a painting, the search for inspiration and the techniques used during its production.
What does the Moon really look like?
I was observing the moon in 3 different ways: 1. without my glasses,
2. wearing my contacts and
3. with my glasses on.
Every experience was different, the moon looked different every time.
Which of these 3 images is the true representation of the moon? What does the moon really look like?
What do we like about landscape painting?
Living in a beautiful countryside is a source of inspiration to many artist and many indeed find joy and passion in recreating the scenery on their canvas. There is so much enjoyment out there, in constantly changing light affecting the clouds and the sky, the texture of grass, the pattern of fields which spread beforeContinue reading “What do we like about landscape painting?”