English Breakfast or Earl Grey?

English Breakfast or Earl Grey?

oh how lovely, an english cup (mug) of tea :-) you have really captured and drawn this excellently :-) it does not look like you need drawing practice.........

Good drawing Val - as to the title though I think you should have called it 50 shades of Grey Lol !!!

Very fine drawing Val, as Rebecca has said your drawing skills don't really need much practice!

Excellent drawing Val, love it.

Excellent drawing Val, will your next drawing be the empty wine glass? Lol

Thanks for looking and leaving a comment Rebecca, Debs ( good alternative title LOL ) Stephen ( glad you think I don't need drawing practise but you haven't seen my buildings, worse than the leaning tower of Pisa. I blame the varifocals :) ) Glennis and Fiona ( empty wine glass and empty bottle Hic )

I was 'drawn' to this on the gallery Val, it is excellent.

This is simply beautiful, Val! The tonal work and detail are lovely and I love the way you captured the texture of the tea bags.

Hey this is very good Val, just my cup of tea!! I would have this first then the wine ;oD

Lovely composition. Now I'm going to put the kettle on :)

Many thanks Christine, Seok, Carole and Sarah for your lovely comments. Nothing beats a good cup of tea does it? :)

Well executed. I'm with you glass of wine first!

I do not remember seeing this one Val. What a charming practise! Love it!

Thanks Pat , cheers! Béa, thanks for taking the time to leave a comment, I know there can't be enough hours in the day for you at the moment. :)

Hang on Studio Wall

I really must practise my drawing more instead of just doodling on the edge of the newspaper ( really annoys hubby) whilst doing the crossword/sudoku. Decided to do this quicky yesterday whilst waiting for the roast potatoes to cook for the sunday dinner. ( I must admit to settling for a glass of wine instead of a cup of tea though LOL )

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Val Kenyon

I am a self taught artist or, as I like to say, I'm "unrestricted by formal teaching" which probably explains my mish mash of styles. I paint in most media, watercolour, gouache, oil, coloured pencil and my favourite, soft pastels. I'm inspired by the Scottish landscape, nature and animals and…

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