course in it. We were all on the shore, all doing things for different reasons, one of us to collect things to draw, some to walk the dogs and others running in bare feet, but I have no doubt we all got wet feet!
My page for week 35 is this lovely big piece of yellowy green seaweed. It was so fascinating with all the little branches, which I could imagine all waving and moving under the sea. I drew it lifesize and just managed to fit it onto the double page. I used three colours of the acrylic inks, Sepia, Sap Green and yellow ochre. I mixed the inks together and painted it with a number 3 sable brush. I recorded a few of the shades in the corner of the page. As the hours went by painting, I watched the wet seaweed dry and change colour and darken to green shades, much different from the original yellowy colours which I tried to capture.
|High tide on Wednesday.|
|The jelly fish|
|More erosion of the shore|
|Saturday, no view, hidden by low clouds|
|Compare with last week to see the hidden view.|