Sveitarfelagid Vogar, the road to Reykjavik

Sveitarfelagid Vogar, the road to Reykjavik
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Looks as though you're finding plenty of inspiration in Iceland Justin. Lovely study with what, three colours?

Golds and blues...that does it for me! Gorgeous picture

It has certainly is a stunning place to visit. I shall probably bore people stiff with endless pictures of Iceland for the next couple of months, I shall return for sure, maybe in the summer next time. But after I save up a small fortune!!! Cass Art were offering a 24 pan pro W&N water colour tin for a bargain £35, and I bought one to take with me, so they are in their somewhere. I carried either an A3 or A4 ring bound sketchbook and cameras everywhere I went, mostly drawing and then adding colour when I got back to the apartment. It quite amused other people in my glacier ice walk group when I got the pad out of my rucksack, and started sketching, for a little bit of 'extreme' plein air. Sky and mountains are Cerulean and Aquamarine blended. I drew building outlines with an ink pen and then used a large Chinese brush to draw the colours. So with my usual careless style I probably pick up two or even three colours at a time. I have several very cheap Chinese brushes that I love to use. I find they make it awkward or difficult to draw or paint, and give a different experience to expensive sable or synthetic brushes.

Great series of sketches Justin, enjoying them all.

Good sketch, Justin.

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10/04/2018
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Ink in sketchbook

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Justin Twigg

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