Whitby Crowd

September 3, 2016

Leonie’s tip to capture hairstyles in sketches beginning to pay off. I’ll add ears for dogs to that.

19 Responses to “Whitby Crowd”

  1. Love the continuous line townscapes.

    • The buildings are all huddled and crushed around the harbour so i thought blind continuous line would suit the subject. Also i don’t ever need an excuse to do it! I think it aids comprehension of scale and relationships. Thanks for visiting

  2. Percezione said

    Your drawings are really well done!

  3. Rebecca said

    Wonderful sketches, full of life! 🙂

  4. agenda19892010 said

    paul hogarth ? 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

  5. Love your drawings
    Is that a print of your painting
    Thanks for visiting
    As always Sheldon

  6. Woah! That’s a really unique style of sketch that I’m seeing for the first time. Keep it up!

  7. parkartist said

    Lovely little sketches

  8. Very cool, outsideauthority! I love all those little people studies, but most of all that little dog! It looks like your village was all drawn with continuous line. Bravo! Love it!

    • It is a nice little group of sketches I think. I wonder if those people would recognise themselves. I’d like to be captured in a time and place in someone’s sketch, perhaps I am. I love the seaside, I hope that shows in these sketches

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