Here is the painting of Canterbury Cathedral, I had very little time in Canterbury today so this was a bit a rush job, the drawing was done with a XS size black Pitt Pen, paint wise the sky wet the paper and then slosh around very thin cobalt blue produced the grey sky, cathedral; mix up some thin napels yellow and some very thin ivory black and slosh them around where appropriate, roof and windows paynes grey.
Here is a photo of the view from where I was sitting, seating for the trailer café near the cathedral exit through the cathedral shop. £1.50 for a mug of tea, £3.50 for a sarni and £1 for a can of cold Coke. Got to be a café table with one of the best views in the world.
This is quite a good example of how the camera lies, unless of course you think the cathedral towers lean into the middle of the cathedral. I guess the A4 painting took about an hour and a half. What I really needed was twice as much time and a bit of paper twice the size.
I bought a few books in Canterbury, I think the star buy was the one on the BSA Gold Star, I have owned A B and C series BSAs but never aspired to the YBs ZBs BBs CBs and DBs or even DBDs only a B31 with B33 engine, ‘s‘cuse the geriatric bike spotter language.