Now what I was trying to do here was…

July 5, 2015

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8 Responses to “Now what I was trying to do here was…”

  1. Mary said

    I do like the variety of compositions for the street scene – it’s a good way to develop a scene that appeals to your artistic sense. Nice work!!

  2. I love that one at the top with the man made shapes and the brownish color to the sky with the endless road running through!

  3. kestrelart said

    Nice set of sketches

  4. Carol King said

    I like the 3 versions of the street scene. A fun way to test colors and media.

    I like your big puffy trees in the landscapes.

    • It was fun, but not sure I took it anywhere (another post coming). What I get to do is very stop/start, I feel I lose momentum and ideas in the gaps. That’s something a lot of bloggers deal with I think.

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