A Big City Triptych
I love drawing city scenes, which is why it’s always been one of the options I’ve offered for my illustration commissions.
Last year Rob Harris contacted me to commission a medieval/fantasy street scene, and he must have liked the result – because he came back for two more illustrations.
This was the first image…
I loved putting in as much detail as I could, making it seem like a place that had a story to it (even without the addition of any people). Rob then asked me to do another illustration, continuing the scene to the right…
It was fun to be able to tell more of the story of the town, adding in the celtic style cross, the strange section of bridge, the silhouette of a figure in a window. Finally, just a couple of weeks ago Rob asked me for a final (I think) illustration to continue the scene to the left of the original image…
This has been my favourite commission so far, I had a great time producing these for Rob and I’m delighted he liked the first one enough to commission the second and third.
Seen together I think the three illustrations look pretty good…
If you would like to commission a street scene, or anything else, from me – have a look at this blog post for more details.
I love it how long does it take each panel
Probably four or five hours, spread over a couple of days. Generally sketch it all out one day, then ink the next.
You transport me!
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its awesome 🙂
you are welcome 🙂
Empty streets, yet so many signs of life. You have wonderfully captured a place and a time once forgot. Thank you for sharing.