The 'what is so' about my life and art.
OH. MY. GOSH. LIN!!! This is so perfect with the perspective and the colors and just everything!! I would not want it any looser-it is perfect the way it is. Frame it!!
WOW! You are getting better and better and better. I don't see anything wrong with it -- stop comparing it to the photo maybe!!!I agree with everything Teri said!!!Hugs,Lorraine
Oh, that water is beautiful, cara ;D. ( I stole your word.) But I really mean it. So very well done.
Wonderful job! You've really got the sketchbook style down pat, my friend!! Excellent depth perceptions on this and many wee details! Keep up the good work, I'm waiting for more "Venice."
I love this, Lin. Yes, as Teri said, the perspective is wonderful, as are the colors.
Lin I have had a quick look at your last few days of sketching in Venice and love what you are doing, I must say I have some wonderful photos too and think if I ever get time I will have a go at sketching from them as well. Did like your tale of the escalator! Just when you wanted to draw, some one always wants to talk.
lovely color and perspective, lin. the looseness you crave comes, i think, with doing it so much that you relax. at least that's what i'm hoping. ;-)
Lin you crack me up! Illustrating Bonnies trip!! You voyer! Thanks for you nice welcome back note!!
This is SO GOOD, Lin!!! You did the perspective, right on, and a the color detail is terrific. Again, it is hard to get photo type detail in a sketch or painting as small as our sketch books. I truly love the feeling this has.
It is so surprising how small the last house needs to be - I find a looseness hard to achieve too. Still, it's beautifully done
Your concentration paid off my friend. The perspective is a credit to you and those washes and colours are WONDERFUL! Well done!! :o)
Beautiful colors, especially the sky and water--both done with such loose and fresh strokes. Very nice!
:-D I love your armchair travels to Venice! You got the perspective on this just right!
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