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This coloured pencil drawing is based on an older pen and ink drawing I did.
Here is the older version:
blythart, castle, dave, edwards, fantasy
I am a retired man who enjoys expressing himself in pencils and paints. I have had two solo exhibitions in my home town and I love Redbubble. I get as much pleasure from viewing the works of other artists as from creating my own.
Excellent drawing my friend! great piece of art! well done! God bless you
Very nice. You work is so unique.
More 3D than normal Dave. The shadows are very effective, as are is the lighting on the stones which give a lot of form and depth. Like myself, I think you’re getting well into coloured pencils. Are the dots on the hills large ants marching?
Thanks Brian. I try not to be tied to always using shadows and depth, but I do use them when I feel it is appropriate. The dots on the hill are just stylised lines.
super duper! dave ,couldn,t be better! hooray for you
Thanks Walt … I value your opinion. How is the exhibition project coming on?
So very beautiful, such color & detail, your work is amazing
I love this one! The reflection in the water is great! You have great detail!
Wow!! I dread to think what’s in that moat! :)
Kaitlin … it’s no longer in the moat .. look behind you at once!!!
I did, and saw my guitar sitting there. Kind of scary cause it’s looking a bit worse for wear! :)
Your work sings with the use of shadows and depth in this one. The colors are also very pleasing to me.
Thanks Terry … I am honest enough to admit that I have always had problems remembering to include shadows … too much Beardsley and Japanese art when I was a young and impressionable lad in my early twenties :))