The Bulls Head - Square Format

The Bulls Head - Square Format
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I love this James, full of life and so fresh. Great.

Thanks very much Sylvia I am very pleased that you like this!

A great free sketch, gives all the information.

Thanks Carole, just need a 8*8 frame now (I'm into cutting mounting board but not the frames)

I bet you are thinking "Framing That" - well I have to frame something ;-) My next project is a Gerbera, I just hope that is going to be worth cutting some mounting board for!

I think this picture would look great in a 12"x10" plain black or white frame with the 5"x5" square cut into the upper part of the mount, so you have 2.5" on the left, right and top side and a 4,5" drop at the base. If you had 2 or 3 of this type of sketch they would be very eyecatching all lined up together on the wall. P.S. re your comment on my "After the Party": Hmmm. Maybe the green, but actually I generally work with a very limited palatte. In this case, Buff Titanium, Paynes Grey, Naples Yellow, Black & White, especially as we only have 2 hours to work in. P.P.S. The Bulls Head looks like a great pub. Where is it?

Thanks for your input Janet I really do appreciate it! I misled you as the drawing is 6x6 (my mistake was thinking they were 5x5) I purchased some 8x8 frames at a very good price and do intend creating several of the same style as you suggest! Also thanks for all your info on your work. The pub is located at Ashford on the water (Derbyshire) It's a lovely little village on the way to Bakewell from Buxton! (near Chatsworth House)

Hang on Studio Wall
31/03/2015
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This is another attempt at a Pen & wash of The Bulls Head I have decided to try a square format but as this was 5x5 inches my 6x6 inch frames were too small so I need 8x8 Yes a very steep learning curve!

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James Lazzari

Started off working life as a Photographer, Professional Musician, (Guitarist/Vocals) Electronics background. It was in 2007 that I started learning to paint & draw, I like to try various styles using different mediums, but do like pen & wash as a preference.

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