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    &9.5 x 12" Clairefontaine watercolor paper, pitt pen, background added digitally

    Building design + construction continues on a "larger" small scale. The first set and the second set of buildings were drawn on 6x8" drawing paper. "Plaza" was drawn on 9.5x12" watercolor paper... over 2x the surface area! A vast canvas and yummy paper made this even more fun to create, upping the ante on silly architectural detail.

    I love the way this ceiling from a castle in Germany works as a sky for the Plaza. Photoshop rocks.

    I'm enjoying the stitched mixed media books by cathy cullis, especially forever yours. I found Cathy's site via a double hop from that of Druga Szesnascie, who has created the most charming altered book, textured, rough and retro.

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    i love doodling and your are great

    03.28.2010 | Unregistered Commentervalerie

    Tammy, I just love these building that you draw!! There detailed and they have so much energy! Just like
    you find in the big cities :)

    03.28.2010 | Unregistered CommenterEden

    These popped up on my Flickr, and I had to stop by for a second peek. They're amazing!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

    03.28.2010 | Unregistered CommenterTerri@PringleHill

    I am always so attracted to buildings and your cityscapes are fab! Next free moment--I'm going to try a cityscape of my own. You always inspire me.

    03.29.2010 | Unregistered CommenterLizbeth

    *Valerie, Thank you for visiting!
    *Eden, Oooh, I like the fact that they have energy, like a big city... thank you!
    *Terri, Glad you popped over!
    *Lizbeth, Go for it! I hope you find some fun buildings as inspiration.

    I found inspiration for drawing these buildings in European architecture during our trip this past summer.

    03.31.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

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