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Tonal Values in Watercolour

Tonal Values in Watercolour


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  • I don't often see watercolour used like this John - mainly graphite. Looks really good. Why a spanner???

    Posted by Adele Elgood on Fri 01 Dec 09:07:22
  • Thank you Adele, well the spanner get your attention. To study in tonal values. Which artist should understand that’s if he/she wants to make convincing iece of art.

    Posted by John Inkson on Fri 01 Dec 09:26:30
  • Love your composition in black and white 😃

    Posted by Linda Drury on Fri 01 Dec 10:01:32
  • That bottle is convincing John. great. Should have used this as a challenge!

    Posted by Peter Patrington on Fri 01 Dec 10:01:54
  • Great drawing skills John, I do like the spanner as well.

    Posted by Alan Bickley on Fri 01 Dec 11:00:26
  • Thank you Linda,Peter, and Alan. It’s watercolour Alan.

    Posted by John Inkson on Fri 01 Dec 11:13:48
  • I love this, beautifully done. I often 'draw' with a watercolour brush, but don't get results like this.

    Posted by Lewis Cooper on Fri 01 Dec 11:21:16
  • Thank you Lewis, appreciated.

    Posted by John Inkson on Fri 01 Dec 11:45:44
  • Quite refreshing to see a painting reduced to the basics. Beautifully and skilfully done John such a change from landscapes. I think I want to pick up that spanner and do something with it!

    Posted by Willie Drea on Fri 01 Dec 12:34:59
  • Thanks Willie, actually that spanner’ is used to adjust the lawn mower.

    Posted by John Inkson on Fri 01 Dec 13:02:34