Dundurn Castle

Hamilton Sketches

Sketching Dundurn Castle

Sketching Dundurn Castle

I had my doubts about whether the sun would peak out.

Dundurn Castle Sketch

Dundurn Castle Sketch

This is my second session with Dundurn Castle.  I started last Friday afternoon.

Day 2 of Dundurn Castle Sketch

Day 2 of Dundurn Castle Sketch

Sometimes you misjudge the size of the sketch and hence the size of paper.  As a result,  I have placed the 8×14 paper onto a 14×17 and will glue the two pieces of paper together once the drawing and inking is completed.

About Chris Erskine

Visual Artist and independent film-maker. Try to post summaries of my artistic activities once per month. View all posts by Chris Erskine

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