Several different sketches that fall under the same general umbrella; ever since the pandemic hit, I’ve been wanting to focus on creating architectural sketches, specifically with a classical/traditional aesthetic. With a bit of reading, Pinterest research and a lot of alterations, this is my first one! Also attached are some unrelated classical details that I was practicing with last week. Suffice it to say, I’m quite proud.
Some sketch practice. Reference here
After a month-long travel break in Europe, I’ve been feeling overdue for some new drawings. This one’s inspired by the architectural style of buildings I saw in Cluj-Napoca (Romania) last year.
Tried to be productive today. The two elements are actually unrelated, but seem to work well together visually.
I feel like I’ve been pretty absorbed in my “Margot” project as of late. Hence it seemed appropriate to contribute something different for a change. Here is some Mission Revival architecture, and also some Cacti. I like Cacti.
A vision I’ve had for a long time. Imagine a lush, sprawling garden, with fountains, grottos, follies, and ancient weeping willow trees over a placid river. Can you imagine all the garden parties and Victorian delights that could be enjoyed in such a setting? This is just a small piece of it . . .