At this point I feel that I'm getting closer to the depth and tonal values that I want for the painting. I still have to adjust some areas but I'm happy that the work is progressing as I had hoped. There is still a lot of work to do around the window itself as obviously this is the focal point of the painting and most of the smaller details will be found here. I used quite a bit of dry-brush technique to get most of the textures of the old and weathered wood but the rest were formed naturally as I laid in wash after wash. Since the window panes had years of dirt and dust on them, there was very little of the outside landscape to be seen - perhaps just a hint of the overhang from outside but at this stage, I hadn't made a decision weather to include this or not.
Smederij Hissink Angerlo, The Netherlands - *Smederij Hissink.* *(Picture is clickable!)* *Smederij Hissink.* Angerlo, The Netherlands. Watercolour on 600 grms paper. Approx. 24 x 40 cm.
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