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I found this place to be full of character, and the urge to sketch took hold of me. Advertisements
Finally got back to some sketching and drawing. I’ve missed it and have just not had time to do any. Enjoyed picking up pencils and ink again.
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.
Near an old railway line. Not sure what it is, but I’m drawn to the broken-down and dilapidated. There’s an aura and atmosphere, as well as a hidden history about places like this.
A small farm house in the Northern Cape. I did it with pen and water colour.