The use of separate colours for each building prevents this drawing from becoming overly complicated and messy.

London Towers Art Print

London Towers Art Print - This print would look really nice in a picture frame on a wall!

New York City - Looking down 6th Avenue from 53rd Street by Lucinda Rogers

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Lucinda Rogers - London

Week 3 - Line Weight - used in forum London - Bell Lane, February 2003 by Lucinda Rogers

Manga art & design

Enjoy The Art of Tekkon Kinkreet in gallery of Concept Art & Background Art made for the movie. Tekkonkinkreet is a three-volume seinen manga series by Tai

London Tower Bridge South Side art print from an original watercolor painting

London Tower Bridge South Side art print from an original watercolor painting

We went to Paris for a couple of days. These are some drawings of some of the buildings there.And, just a quick message to anybody who has an apartment in Paris; I hate you.

tumblwip: “ We went to Paris for a couple of days. These are some drawings of some of the buildings there. And, just a quick message to anybody who has an apartment in Paris; I hate you. ” - tumblwip: We went to Paris for a couple of days.

Lucinda Rogers, Spitalfields.

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Week 3 - Line Weight - used in forum London - Bell Lane, February 2003 by Lucinda Rogers

London Tower Bridge12 x 8 giclee print signed by AndreVoyy on Etsy, $20.00

London Tower Bridge South Side art print from an original watercolor painting

archisketchbook

The details representing architecture through an urban street with an amazing perspective. Enjoy - Perspective drawing: feels like it should in narrative: get the feeling of looming and moving through a story

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London shop fronts - illustrations by Melody Seal. actually sketch out buildings and places next time. It truly creates a real feel for a piece

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This drawing explores the use of different line direction through shadow and depth. It uses varying line techniques by drawing them close together or far apart or utilising different line thicknesses.

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