December 1, 2012

On the Road


Two weeks ago, I and some talented "landscape design" students of Khorasgan University and their other  teacher (Mr. Ahmadi)  decided to go on a trip to the historical city of Zavareh.

 





We were going  by bus and I found really wonderful natural views beyond the windows. I tried to capture some views and here are some of my tiny sketches of this experience.

 

I have worked a little on them in my computer but the original ones are with pencil and graphite.



 
 Zavareh is a beautiful city near Esfahan with wonderful views of  historical houses, mosques, alleys and also the old bazaar. Here you can find more about this city.












17 comments :

Carol said...

These are wonderful! Very evocative ...

Carmela said...
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Carmela said...

Excellent examples of how a few lines and and values can express the emotion of a landscape. Thank you for capturing the landscape and sharing it with us.

omar said...

wonderful!

Raúl Valverde said...

Thank's for sharing with us...sorry my english...ups

eyebeat said...

really very haunting evocative drawings

memi said...

They are gorgeous.

kumi matsukawa said...

So lovely! Feel as if I'm traveling together...

Sharon Frost said...

Wonderful! Just emerging from the paper.

Teresa Giménez Pous said...

Excellents. So lovely¡¡¡¡¡¡

Don Low said...

Really good!!

Marisa O. said...

Very beautiful ! I love a lot your style.

VHein said...

These are breathtakingly beautiful and painterly drawings--so full of feeling. Thanks for sharing them!

Behzad Bagheri said...

Thank you everyone for your comments. Your kind words are truly appreciated!

sanjeev joshi said...

wow...very different style and very bold lines..loved them..

lain said...

I like charcoal.
This sketches has so much air!
Wonderful works!

Behzad Bagheri said...

Thank you very much Sanjeev and Lain for your kind comments!