There’s no other skyline like it. Sketched early in the morning using cerulean blue and Winsor red.
I love the depth you get with just the two colors.
I was so thrilled to receive this beautiful rendering of NY this morning! I shared it with my group of “creative chicks” as a reminder to send some positive energy to one of our gals who is in New York at this time and will be travelling home tomorrow back to Canada. So your panorama is generating lots of love and good wishes. Thank you Shari for spreading good energy!
I got the good energy from New York City!
A beautiful cityscape! Amazed at what you get with two colors!
Iconic and atmospheric. I love the sky especially after reviewing your lesson re: skies on Craftsy. The dark details along the water anchor the skyline beautifully.
Thanks Jeff. The light was so soft this morning that there were no discernible details in the skyline.
oh yes! very nice
This is truly amazing and beautiful! You seem to do wonders with that cerulean blue. Is it Daniel Smith? And what Jeff says about the course.
I only use Winsor Newton Cerulean Blue. The Daniel Smith is A different formulation and it’s very pale.
2 colors and NYC .Amazing.
Oh!….this is magnificent!…and it fits in so well with your Craftsy online course! Were you on a ferry for this view, Shari?
Thanks Ethna. I did this from my hotel room across the water in Jersey City. What a great view to wake up to.
I really love this!
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Sing along: “Give my regards to Broadway, remember me to Harold Square. Oh give my regards to Old Broadway and tell her I will soon be there . . .”
Loved the Whitney!! Glad I bought tickets in advance.
this sketch, itself, and your blog is indeed energy infusing this morning….at the risk of sounding like a “devotee”, it’s such fun to have found you and your work….loving it….
love the skyline.
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