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The use of dark against light with the colouring of spaces make this building stand out and glow within its surrounds with a series of mixed washes and construction lines.

The use of dark against light with the colouring of spaces make this building stand out and glow within its surrounds with a series of mixed washes and construction lines.

Although simplistic, the use of basic colours and outlines still convey the core ideals aimed to be represented in this watercolour.

Although simplistic, the use of basic colours and outlines still convey the core ideals aimed to be represented in this watercolour.

Taken to a far more intricate level although no true outlines exist, these realistic colours have created a definitive concept representing quality design.

Taken to a far more intricate level although no true outlines exist, these realistic colours have created a definitive concept representing quality design.

Colours are again used to present depth with coloured areas being the primary focus within this painting.

Step by step watercolour painting demonstration of a street scene by Artist Joe Cartwright.

With more decisive lines, this detailed painting presents a decripitive space with realistic colouring.

With more decisive lines, this detailed painting presents a decripitive space with realistic colouring.

Once again, simple objects have been described distinctly with the minimal use of line work and maximum shading/shadowing.

Once again, simple objects have been described distinctly with the minimal use of line work and maximum shading/shadowing.

Highly detailed, this watercolour uses realistic shadowing and shading to create a imaginable space.

Highly detailed, this watercolour uses realistic shadowing and shading to create a imaginable space.

The minimalistic colouring and basic line work make this example stand out, but still transmits a vivid idea.

Perspective watercolour sketch giving colour and 'personality' to a space by highlighting the best features.

Although quite basic and simplistic, this scene is still conveyed thoroughly through basic lines and tonal colouring.

Although quite basic and simplistic, this scene is still conveyed thoroughly through basic lines and tonal colouring.

The classical picturesque scene stood out due to its rather washed and fuzzy outlines but still had a clear presentation of objects.

The classical picturesque scene stood out due to its rather washed and fuzzy outlines but still had a clear presentation of objects.

Although all greyscale, the depth in this sketch is conveyed with dark consistent shading and distinctive shadowing.

Although all greyscale, the depth in this sketch is conveyed with dark consistent shading and distinctive shadowing.

Although focusing upon the greenery, the depth of detail has been demonstrated through shading with the same colour, creating a vivid effect.

Although focusing upon the greenery, the depth of detail has been demonstrated through shading with the same colour, creating a vivid effect.

The light wash of the unrealistic palate and minimal use of black makes this artistic, whilst still conveying spacial boundaries.

The light wash of the unrealistic palate and minimal use of black makes this artistic, whilst still conveying spacial boundaries.

The use of construction lines make this perspective effective, alongside the efficient use of a small amount of light colouring.

Boring but the trees and sky look good layered with light and dark green and blue.

Hatching and light construction lines compliment back and forth with the light shadowing and shading utilised by the water colours.

Hatching and light construction lines compliment back and forth with the light shadowing and shading utilised by the water colours.

Looking somewhat digitally produced, this stood out due to its sort of hatched colours and realistic fills, complimenting an inspirational design.

Looking somewhat digitally produced, this stood out due to its sort of hatched colours and realistic fills, complimenting an inspirational design.


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