Saturday, October 21, 2006

Walk One Hundred and Seventy-Nine – Lonely tree

Just past the Bluebell Wood, 7'' x 10" muddytint pencils, watercolour and rain on Arches paper


Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Oooh Julie this is gorgous. Love the colour. It's funny, most places in UK have a 'Bluebell Woods' close by. We have one just at the end of our street.

11:02 pm  
Blogger Tami said...

WOW!!! THIS IS THE BEST ONE YET!!! I absolutely LOVE this; the palet colors, the lines, everything! BEAUTIFUL!!!

8:01 am  
Blogger Alison said...

Lovely composition, lovely earthy colour - makes me feel like digging out my wellies :)

12:22 pm  
Blogger Jana Bouc said...

Georgeous sky--I love the that the real sky played a part in your painting, adding rain. Also funny that you're calling them "muddtint" pencils. I tried using the Inktense versions, which were just the opposite, and hard to use--colors not found in nature. I love the way things are named in the U.K. Bluebell Woods sounds so charming.

5:51 pm  
Blogger Penny said...

So very English in feel, these are my forebears coming out obviously, so different to our Australian scenes, I love the waterery looking sky.

2:49 am  
Blogger Felicity said...

This is wonderful Julie, it takes me right back to those walks I did in England. There's a special feel about the skies and expanse of green that you've captured so well here.

10:56 am  
Blogger Katherine said...

You're becoming a master of those graphitints Julie - which is not easy - great sketch!

3:12 pm  

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