Sunday, 31 May 2015
But Newbury has a wonderful skyline. Some fascinating roofs: ancient, modern and inbetween.
I was standing on the top floor of a multistorey car park, awaiting my family's return from an extra bit of shopping, so I knew I didn't have long. Having run out of paper before including the church, it was a relief to find that I had time to do a separate drawing, and a bonus to be able to add the pen clarifications below the first drawing, which was made in 6B graphite stick.
|The Bluecoats School on the A4|
|Roof line of Thatcham House|
Tuesday, 26 May 2015
Sunday, 17 May 2015
|Friar Tuck: the medieval mild mannered janitor / Hong Kong Phooey.|
And Robin is looking ready to tell us a tale... or possibly launch into a proto-metal prog rock number.
|Only the foolish rode gaily caprisoned horses through Sherwood Forest unaccompanied.|
|Much and a party.|
Thursday, 14 May 2015
|Alan-a-dale was a musician and a dreamer.|
Monday, 4 May 2015
I also drew the engines (it's kind of expected, if you're going to draw anything at a heritage railway - although my activity appeared to be quite novel to the volunteers I spoke to). This is Northern Gas Board No. 1: