I’ve taken to carrying a sketchbook with me over the last few months, particularly if I’ve been working at a client’s office. It’s nice to get out on a lunchtime and doodle while I have a bite to eat.
This landscape is the product of a few lunchtimes in a pub by the Thames. It began as nothing but a doodle of a rock…
It took a couple of days, but only an hour or so of actual drawing, for it to progress into a landscape…
The final drawing. Could be the lake district, or possibly somewhere east of the Shire in Middle Earth.
I’ve realised that this drawing reminds me of the drawings of the British walking book author Alfred Wainwright. His Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells are full of beautiful renderings of the Lake District.