Sunday, 22 May 2016

Watercolour sketch in Canterbury, dull blog post for a dull day.

Here is the half completed painting of Canterbury painted today from the upstairs window of Chocolate Café. Some experiments here in trying to sketch the people in the street, as the whole painting is A4 these are very small, although I think in reality they should be even smaller, but I assume the only way with this sort of thing is to go on trying .

Sorry it’s another painting from the same spot, but my children like to shop in Canterbury on Sunday afternoon and I am allergic to shopping, as soon as the weather gets better I will be able to sit outside and paint there.

Also a picture of work in situ for reference.    

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