View from the window. Solnechnogorsk. Markers

in elegance •  2 months ago


If you go down in my blog, you can find a post about the window. The window reflects the neighboring house and even has an interesting story, with this window tied. But I have another window in the room, and it looks the other way. And today I will paint the view from this window.
Why did I decide to draw it? It's simple, I've been living in this house for a long time, and for almost two years I've been drawing (with markers about a year). And this view I did not draw. I had an attempt to draw a roof of the house with an antenna with watercolor ... but I did not really like the result and I do not even remember if I posted it here or not ...
So, I start with a gray marker. I'm building a tone pattern.

I add a pale pink. And even more darken the shady places.
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I add green to the lawn and into the trees. The color is pale.

I take all the brick colors that I have, and I make a house.

I'm adding purple.

I add the sky.

Now I just have to circle the liner. I use two, 0.05 and 0.2 mm. For thin elements (a fence, a tile, trees) I use a thin liner, and for a building (trunks of trees, the top line of a fence) - thick.

I'm happy with the sketch received. But I have to learn more about painting landscapes)) Because it was wonderful with the building and the fence, but the trees are somehow strange))


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You have a beautiful view from your window! Do you live in a village?

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Thanks) No, I live in the city. But our quarter - low-rise buildings.

This is great as well, I love the shades and shadows. Great work!

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I find it all very cute, including the trees. Good work, @amalinavia!

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Thanks you)) Maybe I'm in vain worrying)

You did a great job on your image. so creative. I like the colors.
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I love this, @amalinavia <3 There is something very peaceful and domestic and beautifully cheerful with this piece ... the construction, the colours and the shading are all very nicely done <3 and i love the step by step, as usual !

I really like your architectural art, they're always so charming in how you draw and put colours in them. Your colours are so confident and exacting, they are gorgeous in their simplicity, though it actually takes a lot of skill to get there.          
         
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The fact that you can sketch and paint is good enough to make me go "Wow, i wish i know how to do that!"

Beautiful work here and great style with the markers and line art.

wow this is awesome...
you art works really gorgeous.

Wow! I like what you drew and with markers too. Your English is fine! Thanks for sharing and keep it up!