Sunday, June 12, 2011

Sunday Sketches II

Family Outing

A young family on a sunny Sunday afternoon outing.
This is a thumbnail sketch of a part of a larger street scene
which I eventually painted in watercolor. The background,
which is not included here,,, is a large crowd of people in the
distance, buildings and trees.

This is my entry for Sunday Sketches.
Have a relaxing Sunday.

38 comments:

Netty said...

Oh wow Cynnie your sketch is wonderful. Annette x

lynne said...

Cynnie
Tell me, is such a sketch from your imagination or do carry your sketch book with you at all times?
The stance of each individual and the character of each really shines through.
Wishes
Lynne

Heather said...

nice sketch - i would love to see how the finished piece! enjoy your day!

IsaNorris said...

Beautiful! Would love to see the whole piece though. You are so talented. hugs
isa

Christine said...

oh would love to see the whole picture, it looks great, this part.

Jo Capper-Sandon said...

Love your free flowing style, x

Faith A said...

This is amazing, love you style and after looking through your blog, love you cards too.

lissa said...

I like short hair of the mother and daughter. I think this is a great start to something wonderful.

have a lovely day.

Steph said...

I love this skecth...Cynnie...and thanks for the heads up on blue diary blog's sunday sketches....cheers!

EVA said...

Great sketch! Is that what they call a negative sketch? Very well done.

Anneke said...

Lovely sketch Cynnie! I admire your talent, wow!

Marlene said...

Lovely sketch, it would be fun to see the whole picture painted.

Pauline said...

And this is amazing! You have captured movement and light here, really superb!

Tammie said...

this is a wonderful style, I love looking at it.

Sophia said...

Whoa. Very impressive. I love your style alot. :)

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Hi again Cynthia, This is a wonderful sketch, you've caught the play of light on the central figures and the crowd are a great backdrop, classy drawing. Have a great week, Gay xx

My Style Canvas said...

I really like that they're done in silhouette. That's not something you see often.

INeedToColor said...

Love it - would love to see the entire piece too!!

Linda R. said...

How inspiring my friend.. your sketch is awesome.. I can't wait to see it water colored.. But it looks great just like this..

Hope you are having an awesome day!!

Hugs, Linda

Jane said...

Brilliant sketching...tell a story!

Jenn Girl said...

Beautiful drawing.

Evelyn said...

Cynthia, I love this sketch. Really lovely. A great technique

Cyn said...

I really love the way you've done this sketch - the shading is amazing!

Lynn Stevens said...

I've been so "out of it" lately.
I haven't heard of Sunday sketches yet, Will have to check out the site!
Great thumbnail, I'd love to see the finished watercolor!
hugs Lynn

Sija said...

Wonderful!!

Janine said...

I always look with much admiring at your art work, this one looks so great already, I love this way of painting, great!!. Have a great week.

Nancy said...

Wow, this is so nice.. have a nice sunday! Nancy

Jessie said...

I love the sillhouette contrast, lovely sketches! :)x

Carrie'sCreations said...

Terrific sketch, can't wait to see it in watercolor.

Margaret said...

you have so much talent :D
great blog!
loving the posts
stop by some time xx

justine said...

you are clever, this is wonderful.

Becky Shander said...

Soft yet strong...this sketch strikes a very interesting balance.

m7 said...

this is pretty cool!

Crystal Cook said...

Beautiful! I love this gesture. Such emotion and connection. :)

Nil Catalano said...

Cynnie the sketch is beautiful, it promises a beautiful watercolor, I'm anxious to see.
Congratulations

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh this is amazing!!!
XO
Cindy

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

So very impressive, Cynnie. You are one talented, lady. Makes me seriously wish I could do this:)

~*~Patty S said...

how nice to see the beginning of one of your pieces....superb sketching...
oxo

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