For my daily Art practice today, I chose to do another interpretation of a previous sketch that I had done, which was based on a reference photo that I took on Norfolk Island on our holiday, earlier in the year.
“Lighters” (wooden boats that up until recently were used to unload to, from cargo ships) continue to be an endless source of fascination to me.
Today I used the following materials:
- Canson 300gsm Watercolour paper
- ArtSpectrum Waterproof Pigment ink
- Manuscript Dip Pen with Mapping nib
- Winsor and Newtown Artist quality paints
- Neef brushes
- Perylene Maroon
- Burnt Sienna
- Ultramarine Blue
I seem to have an attraction to peeling paint and rustic subjects in terms of sketching and painting, which is really not surprising as in my enthusiast photography days the same sort of subject matter attracted me, particularly in early morning or late after night.
I look forward to doing another version of this as I feel I would like to do one that is somewhere ‘between’ the two sketches above.
Till next time!
Written by David Johnson
3 July 2022