Today’s Art (16th April 2019)

Well, today’s art is a digitally-edited drawing based on this photo I took of a disused pub in Waterlooville last May. Although this picture was a little bit rushed and stylised (it ended up having kind of a 1960s/70s look for some reason), it turned out better than I’d initially expected.

As usual, this drawing is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Waterlooville – And Once A Pub” By C. A. Brown

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Today’s Art (15th April 2019)

Well, today’s digitally-edited painting is based on this photo I took in Waterlooville last May. Apparently, the row of abandoned shops on the right-hand side of the photo were going to be turned into flats. So, I felt like making some record of them.

As usual, this painting is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Waterlooville – What Once Was” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (11th February 2019)

Today’s digitally-edited painting is based on this photo I took of some industrial buildings outside Waterlooville last March. Annoyingly though, probably because I was tired at the time, the painting didn’t turn out that well 😦

As usual, this painting is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Waterlooville – Outskirts” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (20th October 2015)

Today’s painting is another memory painting, based on the car journey I mentioned in yesterday’s art post.

This painting is based on a random field that I saw near the rubbish tip on the outskirts of Waterlooville. Like with yesterday’s art post, I’ll also provide both the “work in progres” lineart and my initial memory sketch as a blog exclusive.

As usual, all three pictures in this post are released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

"Waterlooville - Bare Earth" By C. A. Brown

“Waterlooville – Bare Earth” By C. A. Brown

Here’s the “work in progress” lineart:

"Waterlooville - Bare Earth (Lineart)" By C. A. Brown

“Waterlooville – Bare Earth (Lineart)” By C. A. Brown

And here’s the initial sketch that I made a day earlier, about twenty minutes after I’d memorised the scene in question.

"Waterlooville - Bare Earth (Memory Sketch)" By C. A. Brown

“Waterlooville – Bare Earth (Memory Sketch)” By C. A. Brown