[Note: Although there will probably be a new Aberystwyth painting tomorrow, I don’t know if this series will remain a daily series or not. At the very least, I’ll probably be taking a break from it for a few days [Don’t worry, my regular daily blog posts won’t be affected], but it’ll possibly end up becoming a series which I’ll work on occasionally when I feel like it (like my “Damania” comics) rather than a daily series, I don’t know.]
Well, I’ve made another painting for my “Aberystwyth Series” and I quite like how it turned out.
“Aberystwyth – From A Library Window” By C. A. Brown
“Aberystwyth- From A Library Window” was painted from memory and, hopefully, it looks something like a view of Aberystwyth at night from one of the windows of the university library.
Sorry that I’ve posted this slightly later than usual, but here’s the latest painting in my “Aberystwyth Series“. At the moment, I’m not sure how long this series will continue for (at the very least I may or may not take a break from it in the near future, I don’t know).
“Aberystwyth – Benches” By C. A. Brown
“Aberystwyth – Benches” is a slightly surreal painting of some of the benches near Aberystwyth’s coast (on the pavillion/square opposite an amazing shop called “Stars”), based on an old photo I took in 2009. Unfortunately, I don’t think that I got the perspective quite right in this painting though.
“Aberystwyth – Alexandra Road Again” By C. A. Brown
Well, I felt like making another painting of Alexandra Road (based on another old photo) and I’m quite proud of how “Aberystwyth – Alexandra Road Again” turned out, even if it ended up being very purple. Hold on, that isn’t a bad thing, purple is an absolutely awesome colour…
Sorry that I’ve posted this later than usual, but I’m very proud to announce that there’s a new painting in my “Aberystwyth Series“.
“Aberystwyth – Amber Coast” By C. A. Brown
“Aberystwyth – Amber Coast” is a painting of the far end of Aberystwyth’s coast. It’s based on an old photo that I took in 2009, although the original photo was actually taken in the morning – I thought that painting a sunset would be a lot more interesting and dramatic.