Walking zoom

A sequence of tiny sketches, starting half-a-mile away from Bristol’s St Mary’s Redcliffe church (which Queen Elizabeth I called “the fairest, goodliest and most famous parish church in England”), passing the Thekla boat, and gradually zooming in on the beautiful and unusual moorish doorway and one of its C14th carvings. My favourite brush-pen was great for this, quickly capturing the lines and forms in 5 minute thumbnails. The sketches were done on the way back from the latest Bristol/South West Urban Sketchers meet-up, where I was too busy chatting to get much sketching done!

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About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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