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I understand. The style I call "architectural" - meticulously rendering walls, roofs, and other man-made surfaces - produces amazing drawings, but always struck me as extremely demanding and tedious, particularly in ink. My drawing aspirations tended more toward the rural; I've commented on the Lakeland Farm.
Thanks again. I began to waver towards the end, it was very taxing and made my eyes sore. The photograph I copied it from was taken in 1968. Peat was used for heat, but the practice is now frowned on, it being fossil fuel.
Doing these one at a time, because they take so long. Another nice treatment and an interesting subject. You did well with the various forms of lettering and script on the signs!I find "Peat's for meat" amusing in a country which historically has used "peat for heat". In fact, that's how I read it until I saw the full-sized version.
No problem, I'm usually between 7 and 10 or out the leaderboard altogether :-)
blinkin' hard, trying to beat the original artist - sorry Dave
@juneshone - Done :-)
amazing, so lovely and clear. Check out Noggin today for a surprise
Thank you :-)
Very talented - excellent Dave