Samuel Makeham-Johnston

Samuel Makeham-Johnston

Samuel Makeham-Johnston
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lucinda rogers drawing ink watercolour cityscape street scene london life construction gherkin rooftops skyline

lucinda rogers drawing ink watercolour cityscape street scene london life construction gherkin rooftops skyline

archisketchbook - architecture-sketchbook, a pool of architecture drawings, models and ideas - fleck-tesseract: Secret Streets II

archisketchbook - architecture-sketchbook, a pool of architecture drawings, models and ideas - fleck-tesseract: Secret Streets II

Shape- the use of regular squares and rectangles overlapping one another in a conformed manner creates an image of a bustling NYC street. The bustling effect comes from the intense overlapping of the shapes- it also adds the effect that the buildings are being built/put together. The darker shapes give the piece depth and from a distance, dimension.

Shape- the use of regular squares and rectangles overlapping one another in a conformed manner creates an image of a bustling NYC street. The bustling effect comes from the intense overlapping of the shapes- it also adds the effect that the buildings are being built/put together. The darker shapes give the piece depth and from a distance, dimension.

kuni brave loyal and strong male wolf was born into a fire and is mates with lark who has one pups peek

kuni brave loyal and strong male wolf was born into a fire and is mates with lark who has one pups peek

Cerberus was the offspring of Echidna, a hybrid half-woman and half-serpent, and Typhon, a fire-breathing giant whom even the Greek gods feared. Its brother is Orthrus, always depicted as a two-headed hellhound.[5] The common depiction of Cerberus in Greek mythology and art is as having three heads. In most works the three-heads each respectively see and represent the past, the present, and the future, while other sources suggest the heads represent birth, youth, and old age.

Cerberus was the offspring of Echidna, a hybrid half-woman and half-serpent, and Typhon, a fire-breathing giant whom even the Greek gods feared. Its brother is Orthrus, always depicted as a two-headed hellhound.[5] The common depiction of Cerberus in Greek mythology and art is as having three heads. In most works the three-heads each respectively see and represent the past, the present, and the future, while other sources suggest the heads represent birth, youth, and old age.