Double page montage from a day visiting London. A tired underground train passenger, Didcot power station seen on the return train to Bath, and a contour drawing of chairs back home. The brown wash on the sketches is black tea, added while enjoying a refreshing cuppa at the end of the day.


1mm Pigma pen, Lexington grey brush, black tea, A5 – 25 mins

The cooling towers of Didcot power station are a striking landmark on the London to Bath train route. Here’s an earlier sketch of them from the Summer, complete with oily stains from a salad.


Water-brush with Lexington grey, white Uni Posca pen, gouache, A5 – 20 minutes

About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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