Manhattan Bridge. Ink in Moleskine.
That is a wonderful composition. Looks like a blustery day.
When it comes to landscapes, you and Uncle Bob should be placed on pedestals, seriously.
Thank you, Boofredlay and Shahrazad. I think, landscapes easier than people, because gives you more freedom to express, but people are so attractive, hard to resist.:-D
I agree, I too love how landscapes offer such freedom to express and yeah, human expressions excite me, after all, what’s more fascinating than people interpreting people who are interpreting themselves? Haha, I know I sound confusing! I just think both human and scenery works are stunning and beautiful in their own ways!
Nikira, this is another winner, especially the composition of it. It always amazes me how you can simplify very complex landscapes that would only confuse my eye. This is gorgeous!
Thank, you, Rose. I am jealous how architects use perspective so easily, so I am learning from them how to place very few main lines and put subjects on it. Also I push myself to trust my eye and tell myself thats is nothing I can’t do. I miss your beautiful drawings on this wonderful Bochiart (I don’t remember the name) paper, I still didn’t get.
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