Getting Nowhere Fast

February 8, 2015





14 Responses to “Getting Nowhere Fast”

  1. There is a lot in these drawings that I really like, especially much of the bottom piece and the distant building in the middle one especially. I often feel I am getting nowhere fast too! But sometimes for me a review a few days later can show what is right rather than just what is wrong. Best, Nicholas.

    • Thanks for commenting Nicholas, much appreciated. This is a song title – I can usually find one that fits my mood, the scene or is just playing in the background. Not having much time, it’s all stop/start at the moment, very frustrating. I like the colours and the blank area in the middle one now. They seem to compliment each other.

  2. kestrelart said

    Very atmospheric pieces

    • They do make a strange trio. I need to go back to the first place before Feb is out and the leaves start sprouting again. It’s a less trod parallel path to a more popular one, which threatens to turn into The Birds with the amount sitting in the hedges along the dyke.

  3. I like how you get really rich and deep colors. This is beautiful.

  4. Perfect title for this grouping. such restful pieces, outside authority.

  5. You have a great eye for composition!

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