Here’s another drawing on London Wall place. This is a view of the highwalk from underneath. I was standing by the new café, Barbie Green, sheltering from the rain.
The shelter was not very good, and there was a lot of wind, so raindrops arrived on the picture. I went to go in the café to finish the colouring, but no, there were “no tables”.
So I finished the drawing outdoors, sitting on a damp bench.
I very much enjoy this highwalk. It curves in all dimensions. The side walls undulate, the walkway becomes wider and narrower, and it tilts up and down. It’s made of some iron-like metal, so it has rusted and is now a deep brown. The shape of it respectfully frames the ruins of the old church.
I appreciated all this while observing, through the picture windows of the cafe, three empty tables, which remained empty for the whole time.
1hr10, drawn and coloured on location.
More drawing expeditions in this area:
- St Alphege, Barbie Green and London Wall Place (12/17/2019)
- St Alphege Gardens, flowering tree (3/16/2019)
- St Alphege, London Wall (6/13/2018)
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Good Evening dear Jane,
With no much comforts available to draw a sketch, still you could produce a realistic one is very much appreciated.
I admire your proficiency in bringing the high walk to the nearest natural look with perfect color combo, as you described.
Laurels , regards and blessings.