The next step on my course Architectural Sketching with Watercolour and Ink is to select an image of a building and make a thumbnail sketch of it on toned paper in preparation for a painting.
Here is a sketch of the Blackfriar pub in London, a classic boozer which has the satisfying corner architecture that we’re encouraged to look out for. There’s an interesting contrast with a very modern building behind. Not sure if I should invent some foreground detail?
And here are a couple of watercolour exercises we’ve done to get used to using the paint.
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