Alexander Creswell  The Ruined Facade of San Sebastiano, Ferla, Sicily Watercolour on Paper 84″ x 46″ – 214cm x 117cm

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Alexander Creswell The Ruined Facade of San Sebastiano, Ferla, Sicily Watercolour on Paper x – x

Watercolor

By Michal Suffczynski, Polish Architect and Watercolor Artist watercolor.Incredible watercolour,more like a photo.

The image feels complete regardless of the fact that the page isn't full. This is because negative space is used to suggest line, so negative space can be used to suggest that there are other elements there i.e. sky or buildings flooded in light.

The image feels complete regardless of the fact that the page isn't full. This is because negative space is used to suggest line, so negative space can be used to suggest that there are other elements there i. sky or buildings flooded in light.

I don't like truth, ...EASTERN design office - yama-bato: John Ruskin (1819-1900) Entrance to...

yama-bato: John Ruskin Entrance to the South Transept of Rouen Cathedral 1854 Not a drawing per se, but has elements of classic drawing(wkb)

Michal Orlowski watercolor

In this articles we will present you the best urban watercolor paintings from some very talented artists. We can use watercolors as a sketch medium or to create an epic watercolor painting, also we can choose between painting technique and drawing t.

Perspective because the artist wants you to see the side of a certain object, or drawing at a certain angle

Feng Zhu Design I love this student's work for its sketchy art style. It looks like it's out of a graphic novel.

Architectural Sketches - tony belobrajdic, via Flickr:

A watercolour perspective painting in Europe by Tony Belobrajdic, the transparency and layering allow the building and place to become delicate.

Dibujo

Barham Money Fine Art specialise in original prints and drawings, particularly etchings from the etching revival, and are based in Hove, East Sussex

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