Drystone wall theme today
This morning I focused on cutting more of the linocut of a drystone wall and then using it to produce my third trial piece.
I am please with the development and pleasantly surprised that I had the patience after realising yesterday that it really was too complex for your fifth ever design – I might learn one day!
Their afternoon my focus turned to drawing on another hexagonal box and I decided to stick with the drystone wall theme and share seven local walls. I then added a darker sky in all with Arteza markers. my next task is to add colour to the scenes using Posca markers. I will start this today and continue on Friday.
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