BruynzeelNeocolorSketching SydneySydney StructureCity Corridor
That is my third sketch of the Sydney City Corridor to this point this yr. Again in February, I did an ink drawing of 1 a part of the southern facade (see right here) and some weeks in the past I did a model from a close-by cafe (included on this article). Final week I managed to see an empty bench simply exterior the doorway the place I may sketch and do a multiple-layered sketch.
I spent 30 seconds drawing just a few tough pencil pointers after which I began including some free strokes with my Neocolor II. Subsequent, I made a decision to construct up the sketch with a number of colored pencil strains (utilizing my three favorite Bruynzeel Design pencils).
The ultimate layer was watercolour which was added straight after I took this photograph.
This was what my sketch appeared like on the 30-minute mark when the rain began. I don’t assume I’ll add something extra to it. 🙂
In the mean time my thoughts is stuffed with the whole lot associated to my Teacups course (which begins subsequent week!) so I’m not likely specializing in my different sketching in the intervening time. Doing this stress-free sketch was a good way to consider one thing else!