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I found this place to be full of character, and the urge to sketch took hold of me.
A stretch of fallow ground in the Orange Free State. I used pencil and touches of coloured pencil as well.
Nature always begins to recover what was taken from her. Another abandoned building I did in pen and ink and graphitint pencil.
I thought I’d try something with a bit of an Art Nouveau touch. I don’t know why but I loved drawing the shoulder line. There’s just something about a woman’s shoulder.
A small farm house in the Northern Cape. I did it with pen and water colour.
I again used Graphitint pencils for this one. It’s a scene from the Orange Free State, a province in South Africa.
I’ve been doing some fascinating reading around the whole theme of the wildman archetype. While reading, I felt the need to draw so I drew a wildman, but with sensitive and contemplating eyes trying to combine wildness with sensitivity. Enjoyed … Continue reading