A new "Tiny Schull" with quirky illustrations

My last post was in January (yikes, where has the time gone!), about my desire to learn to draw. I tried to do drawings of my surroundings, or my imagination every day. Of course, as soon as things got busy for the summer, I found it very difficult to continue this practice. But I did come out with a series of nice drawings of Schull, my next town here in West Cork. I worked these illustrations into my new model kit: Tiny Schull

The old graveyard, Schull

Schull Regatta

Fastnet Rock

Long Island Beacon

Jewellers at work in Enibas

As always, I worked these illustrations onto my models. This, I feel, gives my models an added gifty feel. They are like three dimensional postcards, and they put the chosen buildings into the context of the surrounding landscape and history. Please take some time to look at the finished sheets below to see how my illustrations work on the buildings:

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