Cathedral Shapes in Five Colors

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My drawing (above) was inspired by the design of my friend Sybil's drawing (below) of a carving in England's Durham Cathedral. I used Sybil's basic shapes with decorative triangles, dots, and curves, and colored with only five colors (though not the same five as hers).
  • Copic colors used: YG23,63, R24, B24, YR24. The white dots were made with colorless blender.
  • Paper: Neenah, 8.5x11"
See below for her drawing, a 5x7" page from her travel journal. (Used with her permission.) For more of Sybil's drawings posted in my blog, click on the label below, or in the label list to the right.

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