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Reid Memorial Church and trees - in progress

Reid Memorial Church and trees - in progress


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  • A great sketch - you say it's in progress but I love it as it is.

    Posted by Michael Edwards. on Fri 02 Nov 22:18:26
  • Looking good and positive at the moment Margaret. Churches can be a complex challenge, but at least they don’t move!

    Posted by Tessa Gwynne on Sat 03 Nov 07:37:41
  • This is a beautiful drawing Margaret well done.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Sat 03 Nov 08:10:31
  • This is shaping up very nicely Margaret. One of the main issues can be how many stones or bricks to draw in. In my experience it's best to not indicate every single one, and indicate some of them with loose lines. I think you've got that balance right, some darker areas also help, you've done that nicely as well.

    Posted by Alan Bickley on Sat 03 Nov 08:34:09
  • I like using these pens Margaret, I have them ranging from 0.1, 0.3, 0.5 And 0.8 , this is a lovely sketch and like Alan says, just the right amount of detail in the stonework 😀

    Posted by Linda Drury on Sat 03 Nov 09:39:49
  • It’s looking excellent Margaret, some very nice marks.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Sat 03 Nov 11:12:16
  • Thank you all for your comments - very encouraging. I now need to knuckle down and finish it!

    Linda, I have quite a selection of pens too - mostly a mix of unipen and Faber-Castell PITT pens - the ones I most often use are the "S" and "F" PITT and the unipin 0.05 for finer work.

    Posted by Margaret Nisbet on Sat 03 Nov 16:06:02
  • I really like this Margaret, great sketch.

    Posted by Margaret Beynon on Sat 03 Nov 16:26:30
  • Thank you Margaret.

    Posted by Margaret Nisbet on Sat 03 Nov 16:47:30
  • Good detailed drawing, Margaret.

    Posted by Cesare Romano on Sat 03 Nov 18:58:00