Ginnel, snicket, drang

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Looking down ‘The Shrubbery’, one of the many steep pedestrian alleys in Bath. These narrow lanes are called ‘ginnels’ or ‘snickets’ in the North of England; in this area they’re ‘drangs’. The back of the Royal Crescent is in the middle distance.  My second experiment with a refilled marker pen, it worked well on a big sketch like this.

Marker pen filled with carbon ink, water-brush filled with Diamine grey ink, A3

About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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2 Responses to Ginnel, snicket, drang

  1. acflory says:

    I love the light and shade in this drawing. It makes me think of a crisp spring day when the sunshine makes you believe summer is just around the corner.

  2. Pingback: Shrubbery steps | Mostly drawing

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