Various sketches from a trip to Southern France at Easter, mostly bamboo dip-pen and watercolour, with some correction pen and ink-brush for variety. I was busy posting these on Facebook at the time, but forgot to put them here… (And here’s a set of sketches from the last trip there).
Fellow passengers waiting at Bristol airport, and in-flight:
Local vernacular architecture, up close, and distant (in front of Canigou, summit lost in cloud):
A bigger sketch, looking towards the Mediterranean eight miles away, from the citadel in Laroque-des-Alberes:
Waterfall passed on the way when walking up Puig Neulos, and the view from the top, looking into Spain along the coast:
Waiting at Girona airport, and the view from several thousands of feet above France, heading home…
Here’s the set from last year:
These are all spectacular, Ed! The massive view showing less and less detail toward the background is amazing atmospheric perspective. And the waterfall! I was practicing some of those myself at Yosemite National Park, and it ain’t easy! Good work!