Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Sketch of Romney Road Greenwich, 16" x 12", Pen and Ink, 2009

For number 11 of my London sketches, I am in South East London, Greenwich, and I have captured a very rough sketch of Romney Road, Greenwich.



I worked with black and white pens, with ink washes on a neutral grey paper.


10 comments:

Sandra Galda said...

Love it!

adebanji said...

Thanks Sandra!

AC said...

This is very good!
Is very interesting to work with non-white paper.

Andrea Longhi said...

Cool!

RnB said...

your command of recreating architecture never ceases to amaze me. The different colored pens on a neutral grey background makes for a very dynamic drawing.

Sjamesportraiture said...

White pens? Sorry still learning, like the look of it, I used to live near Greenwich, back in the 90s,in Deptford. did you use pastel paper?

Edward Burton said...

Well done, Adebanji!

Ife ka said...

nice work men you works are really inspirational. I like you boldness too... i once tried to sketch a city scape and got shy.

respect

adebanji said...

Thanks AC, AL, RnB and EB. SJP- I used pastel paper, the white pens have white ink in them. Ife Ka- never be shy of what you do. Even the sweeper on the road does his labour with diginity and I respect them!

Pegi Sue said...

Oh, that is BEAUTIFUL!!!!:)