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How to Sketch Architecture in Ink & Watercolour - Sketch 6: Grand Central Station

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Learn how to sketch various types of architecture in ink and watercolour with this series of 7 lessons and sketches. In this sixth lesson, I sketch the iconic Grand Central Station in NYC. ----- MATERIALS I USED FOR ALL 7 SKETCHES 1. A spiralbound watercolour pad (A4 / American letter size). Cold-pressed (NOT) surface. 2. A travel set of 10 student watercolour pans: lemon yellow, cadmium yellow, cadmium red, alizarin crimson, Prussian blue, ultramarine blue, sap green, viridian green, yellow ochre, burnt sienna. I use a cheap set by Aquafine that I got from Amazon but any brand will do. Student quality is fine for sketching. 3. A watercolour pen brush. I use a couple of brands during the 7 sketches but I recommend Pentel over all others. 4. A black fine liner pen. I use a Sakura Pigma Micron pen with a 0.5 nib. Again, any brand is fine and a 0.5 nib is just a medium-sized nib. ----- REFERENCE PHOTOS Reference Photo (Courtesy of noelsch on Pixabay): My Sketch: ----- OTHER SKETCHES COMING UP IN THIS SERIES Sketch 1: Greek Ruins: Sketch 2: Sydney Opera House: Sketch 3: Doorway: Sketch 4: Santorini: Sketch 5: Factory: Sketch 6: Grand Central Station: (this one) Sketch 7: St Paul's Cathedral:
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