After 3 days of pencil up and 2 of inking, it’s going pretty slowly. I think it will probably take as long as one that I add watercolor to. It is easily as complicated as that first one, but somehow it feels less so as I work on it. Once again, I think I will work somewhat piecemeal. Most of the landscaping is in and I will probably pick an area and finish it out, except for the siding.
08 Mar 2017 2 Comments
05 Mar 2017 Leave a comment
On to gift number three and back to a commercial wedding venue. This one is more complicated than that first one. It didn’t seem so when I first looked at all of the the photos, but it certainly has turned out to be that way. Once again, I limited the pre-drawing a bit. There is so much going on that it is too easy to get lost in the details before I really need them. It can actually get intimidating with a drawing that has so much going on. After inking the big palm trees, I will again work piecemeal in shorter sessions and finish one section at a time. And hope my eyes and brain don’t get too crossed.
01 Mar 2017 2 Comments
The inking took a while, but it is finished now. What I thought to be separate houses above and to the left, turned out to be part of this front. There must have been some massive sprawling additions going on with this ranch style home. Plus the other part was roofed in metal, so I am glad I asked before I deleted. I would never have thought the asphalt roof was connected to the metal roof.
It sure was nice to have such lush landscaping to work with. It certainly softened the board siding and the brick fireplace. All in all, it was fun to do.
26 Feb 2017 Leave a comment
I opted to take the simplest one of the remaining three to do next. My eyes and brain need the rest. LOL It would appear that this was a wedding at someone’s residence. The house has white siding, asphalt shingles and a massive stone fireplace. It’s not quite as exotic as the last one, but it is lovely in its own way. I will enjoy all of that lush landscaping, too.