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February 7, 2013

Lots of snow

Finally here´s my introductory post. It´s winter, which means it´s not exactly sketching season in Germany and I haven´t been drawing much. I leave for work when it´s still dark, and when I come home, it´s dark again, and of course, it´s terribly cold outside. So I drew these views from various windows of my appartment.

These are drawn in square sketchbook with grey paper that i hadn´t used before. It´s nice to use a darker paper to play around with negative space- but it seems the only thing i can draw in it are desaturated winter scenes!

Jenny Adam


EclecticBox said...

Lovely snowy sketches Jenny!
By the way, congrats on becoming UrbanSketcher!

PS: Nos vemos en Barcelona!!!

Cathy Gatland said...

Very descriptive sketches of still, snowy scenes - such a contrast to where I've been sketching lately, it's hard to imagine being in that cold winter!

Ea Ejersbo said...

Jenny, these are beautiful - so very wintry in all their starkly monochromatic views only softened by the snow.

adebanji said...

I really like these, I like how the grey paper works well with the snow! I'm gonna have to try this out! Thanks for sharing!

Stephen Gardner said...

I can feel the cold, really nice.

Marcia Milner-Brage said...

Lovely use of tinted paper.

AVBK said...

Wow, Jenny, these are gorgeous!