I am still working on images from the Farmer’s Markets I visited a couple of weeks ago. I was not only captivated by the wonderful fresh produce, I liked the various ways that stall holder’s displayed their wares. This lovely old bucket was just gorgeous and very aptly labelled. The colour went so well with the vibrant snow peas.
I have an unfinished drawing of Tute’s vegetable garden in Castlemaine that I visited earlier, (see here) which I thought I would share with you. It is still only a line drawing as I haven’t decided how to colour it, I have not had the results I wanted from water-colour (more my lack of skill rather then the medium), so not sure if I will return to colour pencils or water-colour pencils. I really enjoy water-colour pencils and use them I lot in my sketch book, but I am always mindful of the fact that they are not very colour fast. It is disappointing that so many of our art supplies are still not colourfast in this day and age. I wish manufacturers would be mindful of this point when they develop new products.
I have had a lousy week with flu and now Autumn seems to have run away already and we have moved into our cold, grey winter. I have been trying to do some drawing for a friend of mine and they are just not working out. Well that is my moan, I will go back to working on the collaboration books, they always make me smile and snuggle down onto the coach with the heater on.