Thursday, 10 September 2015

Watercolour sketch of Westgate-on-Sea from Fredrick’s Café in the Cinema Building and a sketch of Bichington in Thanet from The Driftwood Cafe

I didn’t think this Westgate sketch worked out too badly

 a few shading errors evident in the photo
I was aware that I had hogged one of the better tables for rather a long time, about an hour and a half over a cuppa and ham salad.

The Birchington sketch done first from The Driftwood cafe, didn't go so well as I hadn't drawn anything for a few days
you can see things are more out of proportion.

I guess I should have stopped and started again after I got my eye in.

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