Hello dear Steemians,
Couple of years ago when we moved to our house, there were some old prints with monochrome photographs of old Edinburgh in sepia touch. Of course we immediately liked them and decorated our empty walls. Looking at those photographs there are couple of things that I love:
First, in the past there were nice little shops, with beautiful decorations and they all were made from real wood, ground floors did not have cheap kiosks. Nowadays we see colourful cheap decoration made of plastic that they decorated 200 year old stone house.
The second reason is in old time there were not much traffic on streets, only horse-drawn carriages ore old-timer. Old cars are my favourite, beautiful colours and shapes. That everything was on those pictures.
I decided to do watercolour painting. Here it is the result
My step-by-step process:
The finished painting:
Watercolour painting “Old Edinburgh” by @Stef1
Rough watercolour textured paper 30×40 cm, paper weight 300 gsm, watercolours colours in pans and tubes, flat and round brushes
I hope you enjoyed my post and thank you for viewing 🙂