City of Tiradentes, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Watercolor.
Brilliant painting really like the damaged stucco revealing the bricks beneath also the window and shadow of the tiles.A nice relaxed looking watercolour. I am envious of your skill!!
Very high level watercolors !!!
Wonderful. I love it.
Oh….wow. This is beautiful.
What great colors and textures!
Really nice. I think too it’s a good example of how watercolors do great stuff on their own in the hands of the right person. The darker puddles.
I fully agree with everyone here! You showed us how even on a sketchbook watercolour can be a little masterpiece. Thanx.
Once again – mad props!
Notice that this is a regular Moleskine sketchbook, not the Watercolor version. And you all know how difficult it is to apply watercolors to that heavy stock coated paper. Yet – Cauzi manages to use it to his advantage somehow!
Leo, that was my point too! I’m glad he succeeds, which gives me the courage to try again – until I’m happy with the outcome (although I alrady tried tempera with reasonable success).
I thought I left a comment on this, but here it is again.
Now thats a good watercolor painting. Great job. i like the way the colors blended together. Reminds me of Charles Reid.
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