Following the chart to 52 drawings this year.
For those of you who know me, this will not be a surprise. I have multiple drawings for this week because I’ve been drawing Ireland for more than a year. I did do one new sketch for the week so as not to cheat on the challenge but the rest are from the last three trips made over the past 18 months. They are; The docks on Galway Bay, Polnabroun Neolithic portal tomb in The Burren, Rockfleet: Grace O’Malley’s castle, and finally the Skellig Islands off the coast of Kerry.
The theme for Cee’s Black and White Challenge this week is large subjects.
These shots were taken at St. Mary’s Abbey, near Trim Castle in Ireland. This ruin is the Yellow Steeple:
Here are the colors in the Crayola box for this week’s Color Your World Challenge from Tourmalinenow.
This past week I’ve been in my favorite destination spot: Ireland. Obviously the green wasn’t a problem but some of the others are a wee bit of a stretch!
1. Fern: It’s even green in Ireland in February. This along the Ring Of Kerry.
2. Blue green: it’s the water of the sea between the coast and the Skellig Islands (where they filmed The Force Awakens for all the Star Wars fans…)
3. Goldenrod: I just thought the sign was hilarious. Don’t drive your VW Beetle off the pier!
4. Melon: look close at the art piece in the atrium … that’s sort of melon, right?
5. Orchid: there’s a slightly colorful tinge to the clouds, right?
6. Royal purple: lobby chairs
7. Jazz berry Jam: the colorful houses, harbor-side, Port Magee.