Porth Nanven, graphite drawing in moleskine A4 sketchbook

Light on the sea at Porth Nanven, graphite in A4 moleskine

This one is a simple pencil sketch, looking at the light on the sea and the little stream that tumbles down the valley and comes out onto the beach here.

The rocks offshore are The Brisons.

I rarely do a landscape in pencil alone so it was an interesting challenge.

Next I'll show you a watercolour of the same beach but from slightly higher up the valley and a panoramic view.


annie said…
Don't know how a pencil can do it, but I was immediately at the sea under that vast sky and space. Just lovely, Vivien.

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