I actually sketched this at the end of January but hadn’t uploaded a scan of it. This is a quick sketch from a photo I took on the way back from Nottingham, Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station in the distance.
I used a couple of different fineliners, Windsor & Newton watercolour markers and a Kuretake waterbrush.
I’ve slowly fallen away from posting to this blog because of posting to other, more interactive social media. After this post I will aim to again post on here when I post other places on the internet, I do quite like that this is just a place based around my artwork.
If you’re interested you can see my just artwork posts from October 2016 to now on my Tumblr . My Tumblr in general is my artwork posts along with other posts of inspiration whether that’s other artists, exhibitions, animation, film or just other things I find generally interesting- rachelmasseyart.tumblr.com
My Instagram is also posts of my artwork but also includes more personal posts in relation to my life as an artist- exhibitions, travelling, studio, works in progress etc.
Please take a look around my posts and links I’ve posted here.
Also I’m still, as usual, open for commissions, collabs and exhibitions. You can get in touch with me via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Filed under Artwork, Musings
Catch up post of my Inktober pieces for this year. Descriptions and information about each piece can be found on my individual Tumblr posts here.
1. Dudley Hippodrome
2. Over the Lock
3. Shop Front
4. Wolverhampton Factories
Artworks submitted to Nottingham Castle open this month. Each piece is acrylic ink, ink pen and image transfer on paper.
My collages for August were posted everyday on my Instagram and Tumblr- this is just a catch up post for this blog. If you want to see the individual posts for each collage please see either my Instagram or Tumblr posts.
|Collage 13 of 31|
Entertainment- digital collage using vintage magazine scans photos, vintage postcards, tickets, posters and stamps.
|Collage 12 of 31|
Over the Edge- digital collage using vintage magazine scans photos, vintage postcards and stamps.