Friday, 5 June 2009

Royal Crescent, Bath

The Royal Crescent is Bath's largest and most famous crescent. I have included the steps leading up to finished painting from the initial drawing. This will be my last blog for a week or so as I'm going away, so will catch up later.

The final picture. A2 ink on paper.

After the first wash has been added.

The initial drawing made with a variety of dip ink pens.

11 comments:

Artistic Accents by Darla said...

Amazing work!

glorv1 said...

Excellent! Thanks Luke, your work never ceases to amaze me. Enjoy your time off, take care.

Paris said...

Your artwork really is incredible! How long does it take you to do one of those?

Have a great trip!!

Cecile/DreamCreateRepeat said...

Lovely piece!

Freak said...

I love your work! It is great! I like it very, very much. Congratulations.

Jammmie said...

Amazing illustration! Were you gogin to do the inch by inch art too?

A Cuban In London said...

Excellent. I love the immensity of that foreground and the way it stretches up to the building.

Greetings from London.

Deanna said...

Hi Luke,
I adore the painting and of course I did notice the man scratching his lower back. I love that.

Deanna :D

Peachy Cheek said...

Absolutely stunning! I love the beautiful and bright colors.

-Kim

Wendy said...

Love the progression!

Red said...

red cross and red crescent

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