More Oregon Coast Lighthouses

From my post last week, I had a client request some of the other Oregon Coast Lighthouses done in the same ink and watercolor technique. The look is very simplistic, but follows the basic architecture of each of the lighthouses. That being said, I have attached the Coquille River, Heceda Head, Yaquina Head and North Head Lighthouses.


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32 thoughts on “More Oregon Coast Lighthouses

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      And that stays true to real life….each has a unique architectural style to it….and also the colors aren’t always white with red roofs. I had fun with them! Thanks for stopping by!

  1. Teagan R. Geneviene

    Kirt the simplicity is captivating. I like them a lot. Have you ever thought of creating a coloring book? For several years I’ve toyed with developing a similar technique (but with a little more detail) to do a coloring book for my stories. But I haven’t come up with anything that does not include a lot of speck/bubbles or shading. Admittedly, I haven’t invested much time in it.
    A very nice collection. Hugs on the wing.

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      I love your creative mind….I hadn’t thought of a coloring book, but was mentally wondering about another children’s book about lighthouses….love it when the creative juices start flowing!!

      1. Teagan R. Geneviene

        I never got far enough to look into just how (through whom) to self publish one. But I know there are some indie ones out there.
        Anyhow, you might combine a children’s book with coloring book.

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