Appreciating the sea

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It also seemed likely that I would not have enough time on this second day of October to sketch so here is another sketch from last week. I like this sketch because it suggests a sense of quiet appreciation for the sea. The figures are next to each other, not interacting exactly, but definitely together in a quiet common space. The figures, sea, and sand are emphasized because of the limited use of color and marker and I think this simplification adds to the message of appreciation.

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2 Responses to Appreciating the sea

  1. I like the contrast between the simplified geometric shapes and bold lines of the humans, and the gentle gradients and fine detail of of sand and sky 🙂


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