The last painting of our Devon trip....
Nipped home for lunch and came straight back as we knew the light was going - rain due. I didn't know what I would paint which often happens, you just have to see when you get there what looks good and inspires.
This was it, actually the same view as I had done an hour or so previous!
This time the sun had come around to make it more contra jour, the clouds were building and the light and colours quite soft.
This is how I started getting the main shape of the cloud and the shape of the light.
Having the strong foreground rocks makes the rest looks light and soft. Keeping the palette limited and harmonious helps to make it look contra jour. Not putting in too much detail as its a big view.
Hope to go back, an inspiring place :-)
|Painting on the cliff top|
Woolacombe as I know it shivering on the beach! Love the way you have depicted the rain cloud coming in with the residual gleam of sunshine on the sea. You have caught the light beautifully.ReplyDelete