Another ink sketch from West Friesland. This time on Hoarnestreek, which is near Sint Jacobiparochie.
Another ink sketch from around Friesland. Also near where I live. Same great Belarusian ink as last time, but different paper.
A print of Westhoek at 15×7″ on its way from Etsy to Alicia in Washington. (Thank you Alicia.) Printed on 230gsm Olmec fine art paper by King of Herrings @kingherrings.
Painted in ink, plus pencil and black biro. This is the view of the Oudebildtdijk from the sea dike at Westhoek. No one who isn’t Dutch can actually pronounce “Oudebildtdijk”. It’s impossible. But it’s the longest street in the Netherlands, and where I live.
Portrait of Arno Brok—full page in last Saturday’s Leeuwarder Courant.
(Big thanks to Alie Veenhuizen).
Somewhere in Groningen from yesterday’s sketchcrawl with the Urban Sketchers Netherlands. It was pretty cold, so I didn’t sketch or crawl too much. But I found a sweet spot in a cafe, and drew this from the window.
Pencil, gel pen and graphite sketch of Camerata RCO at Koepeltheater, Leeuwarden.
Finished version, plus the work-in-progress, of a portrait of Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn. Drawn from a mix of video stills using Kyle brushes. Click to look closer, alsjeblieft.