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A stretch of fallow ground in the Orange Free State. I used pencil and touches of coloured pencil as well.
Once again my love of the Namibian Landscape expressed itself in this sketch. I did it with Graphitint pencils. Click to enlarge, if you like.
This image forms part of a bigger drawing by Peter Paul Rubens. I just had to draw it. This was the result which I did with pencil and ink, and then gave it a sepia look. Rubens, as you may … Continue reading
Namaqualand is an area in the Northern Cape in South Africa. Every Spring the landscape gives birth to one of the most magnificent displays of flowers in the world. People come from far and wide to drink in this incredible … Continue reading