Rydal Church Finished Draft
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I think I had commitment issues with this one, and a huge sense of self doubt as I thought I had perhaps bitten off more than I could chew!!! I've never attempted to draw a building before, especially one with so much repetition of bricks and trees. As a result the lines are all quite rough and timid still and a bit of a half effort. I was waiting to screw up the page as I drew every single mark on this page! But I'm really happy with the overall result and looking forward to re-drawing this one with some more confident and neater lines now that I know I can do it. I wasn't sure whether to draw in the grass and sky, but I hope that blank space is a good thing for the colorists to really add their own take on things. I'm still learning to draw clouds too so will need to work on that what with so many amazing skies in Britain, and of course the famous British weather!!
To not include Rydal Church in the Rydal Water colouring book would seem wrong, given what an important role it has played in the community throughout history, so I really hope that this one will make the grade. I'm especially looking forward to adding the sounds of the church bells to the augmented reality colouring page version. That will take a lot of coding and programming, but I think it will really be worth it once it is completed.
As always, I would really appreciate you taking the time to download this free colouring page, in return for beta testing it, and leaving your feedback and any photos of your colouring in the comments section below. On a scale of 1 to 5, 1 being the worst, 5 being the best, what would you score this page? Is there anything you would like to see changed??? Do you like having the blank space for the grass and sky or should I draw those in for colouring?
Happy colouring!! Sarah x
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