And in between these two cafe visits I popped into Govettt’s Leap.
This lookout was closed last December when I was in the Blue Mountains for a mini sketching trip. So I was happy to sketch the view again.
And then it was just a 1.5 hour drive back home! What a great 6-day road trip!
In the next article, I will share some takeaways but before I do…
Most used colours
Once I was home I decided to document the popular colours – in particular the Albrecht Durer watercolour pencils that I used the most. Obviously, this is not a complete palette of watercolour pencils, but it indicates the colours that were most common in the historic towns I was visiting.
Note: I just realised that I missed listing the brown in the second row – it is 179 Bistre.
As for how I carried my tools…
The front pocket of my Baggallini bag was pretty full! Though as I was not carrying any watercolour gear (paints, brushes, water) my bag was overall lighter in weight than usual!
Let me know in the comment section below if you have any questions about my travel sketching from this road trip.
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