More from Italy. An olive tree in Salo – alas, my skill with coloured pencils is weak.
A view from a restaurant in the town centre of Gardone de Riviera.
Three drawings of a recently-visited castle. The tower:
Stairs, with my Significant Other in the bottom left:
The view from our window:
(Major life changes recently, hence the lack of blogging.)
Some pictures from my stay in Munich the other week.
The Church of the Trinity on Pacellistraẞe:
Marienplatz, in the city centre:
A beer (Augustiner Dunkel), sitting outside the Tattenbach pub on Tattenbachstraẞe. I was trying to draw the reflection of the sketchbook (and my hand on it) in the beer glass, but my skill was not quite sufficient:
A day late, because while I have the art, I don’t have the working version of The Gimp, at least on my laptop.
The meeting room in Weber Chemikalien where I taught some students.
The interior of Sts. Cyril and Methodius church.
Part of the city walls, as viewed from the U Dobreho Pastiera pub.
I recently visited England, to see family and introduce my girlfriend to the beautiful scenery of the English countryside. (And introduce myself, a bit, as I grew up in a city.)
This is a building in Leominster. Outside was an infoboard describing it as “a remarkable building”. I wrote this on the drawing (as you can see) and have now forgotten the actual name. Googling “leominster remarkable building” gets me nowhere. [EDIT: my girlfriend, who has a better memory than I, has found it for me.]
At the top of St. Lawrence’s church in Ludlow, I sought to draw some of the gothic pointy bits with gothic knobbly bits on. I have no idea what they’re called. Neither did my father.
The old Residenz of the Prince-Bishops of Würzburg.
The Stift Haug church, Würzburg.