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This is ‘Who Are You?’ a watercolour on Arches NOT paper. 140lb. 1/4 imperial.
I took this picture at Georges Cove, Padstow on a recent visit. I was after a photo with reflections and this little dog willingly obliged with the perfect pose. I have made a video of the painting process for this and I’ve posted it on my YouTube channel at: https://youtu.be/1IGWYb4Ymso
Watercolour on Arches NOT paper. 1/4 imperial
I’ve wanted to paint a train for a while now, so when I saw this picture I knew I just had to paint it. 4464 Bittern is a London & North Eastern Railway Class A4 steam locomotive. Built for the LNER in 1937 at Doncaster Works as works number 1866, it was originally numbered 4464. Renumbered 19 on 16 August 1946 under the LNER 1946 renumbering scheme, it was renumbered 60019 by British Railways on 10 October 1948, after nationalisation. A Pacific 4-6-2 locomotive to the same design by Nigel Gresley as the more famous A4 Mallard and one of the 35 strong class, it is one of six to survive into preservation and is one of three currently certified for mainline use.
In preservation, the locomotive has also worn the identities of a number of its scrapped classmates, including the first of the A4 class 2509 Silver Link and most recently as 4492 Dominion of New Zealand.
Photo ref from PMP. Info from Wikipedia.