Urban trees

Sketches of nature in the city, making a change from scurrying shoppers, buildings and resting tourists! Here’s looming birch on London’s Hampstead Heath, the shady base of five plane trees in the centre of the King’s Circus in Bath, and a neighbour’s conifer; followed by some recent foliage studies. All in bamboo dip-pen (wonderful for feeling out foliage lines), mostly De Atramentis inks, and watercolour wash.

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About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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2 Responses to Urban trees

  1. miatagrrl says:

    I love seeing your sketch of the 5 trees and knowing exactly where they stand! 🙂 The others are lovely, too!

    Tina

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