In reference to last weeks post on remote dwellings along the Oregon Coastline, this week I’m continuing that theme by featuring an ink drawing and watercolor print I created of the Cape Blanco Lighthouse.
This lighthouse is located on the southwestern coastline of Oregon. It sits on the western most point of land in the state and was first lit in 1870. For more information: Wikipedia.
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I love the simplicity and it truly looks like a hand-drawn illustration.
I drew the ink lines individually via the mouse “ why I don’t have a stylus pen for my computer is beyond me”. Then applied the color using an “air” style brush. Thanks for the feedback Brad…have a great week!!
I enjoy your art and experimenting. I get vicarious thrills from you doing it!
I like this, Kirt. I believe I have a photo of this lighthouse.
Thanks Dan!! I love lighthouses!!
Thank you very much Tiffany!
I like the minimalist effect – very nice! 🙂
Thanks Diane….much appreciated!!
Thank you very much!!
I like the simplicity of this one Kirt. A minimalistic beauty. As a landlocked person all my life, I’ve always found lighthouses intriguing.
I love the architecture of lighthouses…stay tuned for my next post….there’s more
I like this for the white space and the colours to bring attention to different parts of the lighthouse. Its awesome!
Thank you very much Gil!’
The fuzzed yellow seems to actually glow – nice counterbalance to the white.
Just enough linear sketch lines to define but not totally deny the brain a chance to fill in the rest.
Thank you very much! I appreciate your feedback!!
I love lighthouses, and this drawing and watercolour represents one perfectly.
Thank you very much Darlene!! Much appreciated!!
Awesome. Lighthouses are a tale of history!
I so agree….thanks for stopping by and for the feedback!