In a small seaside town in the same country as Back Stair Street resides a comfy little place to sit by the sea and have a pint and stay the night. The Barnacle serves a variety of pub and seaside dishes and rents small boats to take visitors out the the big island across the channel.
other Old Gilgenny buildings and sketches. Bentwood House might be on the edge of town.
I write this here and mean this for every town-drawing you did: They are wonderful! I love the details, the strokes, the overall balance, etc. Everything. Actually I like the pencil drawings over the colored ones (might be just my taste), but they are really good. Will there be more?
Thank you Steffen. I really appreciate that as I know you have an eye for those very things. Completely understandable. As they were not originally drawn to be color works it makes sense and the message of the buildings may seem clearer in the pencil works.
Oh yes indeed. There will be many more I'm sure. Many of those buildings are in the same town or area and the maps correspond to them as well. There will be more of both maps and buildings as time permits. I will also be putting up some pen and pencil drawn town and adventure maps soon too. You might like those too perhaps.
I'd love to live there. Just a few steps to get a pint or a bite to eat. That round room in the little tower with all the windows... looking out to the sea... man, that would be such a nice room to sit and draw.
Hey Gareth, well, I love architecture and old things. I often just sit around drawing up stuff from my imagination. I don't often draw from actual live subjects. I guess the main thing I could say for buildings like this would be that I am trying to convey worlds inside my head. Most of these buildings are from a story world I have been working on over the last year. It seems like every year or two I come up with another imaginary world and begin to try to convey what it looks like.