Sunday, 21 October 2007

Dougarie Point

DOUGARIE POINT, MACHRIE BAY: I like to visit this corner of Arran every time I visit. It is quite wild and has a small beach that I like to sit at, eat my lunch perhaps, and do a little daydreaming. I can watch Grey Seals in the water and Peregrine Falcons zipping around the cliff-faces. This little sketch was done in an A5 sketchpad with Neocolours and I can vouch for the intensity of the water because it was a beautiful sunny afternoon with a cloudless sky.
This sketch was also done in an A5 sketchbook and was an attempt to express in colour the waves crashing into a small gully instead of merely rendering the scene realistically.


daro said...

very good bloG!

viva beta band!!


daviddrawsandpaints said...

Thank you Dario for visiting and leaving your comment. It's good to hear from you all the way from Buenos Aires. I am sorry I cannot speak any Spanish (except ¡hola! and gra├žias!)but I would be interested to learn how you found me?
Viva Beta Band!!!