Carrying on from where I left off last week, I've been really enjoying working in my sketchbooks. Here're a few pages and close-ups of some of my efforts.

Watercolour sketches by John Haywood Watercolour sketches by John Haywood based on originals by Joseph Zbukvic Watercolour sketch by John Haywood based on a Joseph Zbukvic original watercolour sketches by John Haywood Watercolour sketches by John Haywood Watercolour sketch by John Haywood Watercolour sketch by John Haywood Watercolour sketches by John Haywood Watercolour sketches by John Haywood

We only made it back from back from France earlier today, after spending a wonderful few days in Dieppe, so apologies that this post is so brief. Suffice to say however, I've really enjoyed the sketching, and I've really enjoyed the break – and I'm now really looking forward to seeing where my next efforts take me!

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12 thoughts on “Sketching – the perfect tonic!

    1. I don’t usually do much either David, yet find it so rewarding when I do! I don’t know why but I can’t seem to make it a regular part of my routine!

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