Sketches from a couple of recent visits to the lovely Comins Tea House in Bath, trying out new markers for versatility (Winsor and Newton watercolour markers, and Zig Twins – both are water-soluble allowing blending with a water-brush). The second one, of the ‘gong fu’ tea set up, was done over an unfinished earlier sketch, hence the ghostly figures on the table…


Winsor and Newton watercolour markers – A4 – 15 mins


Zig Graphic Twin pens and watercolour – A5 – 30 mins

About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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4 Responses to Tea-time

  1. Stu-ttg-art says:

    I’m really enjoying the teacup and glass jar! Inspiring!

  2. Jim says:

    Yes, they’re great. Ed, you know gong fu!
    Best wishes for next week….an opportunity for some more extreme sketching?

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