Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Molen, Brielle

Drawn this morning, before driving to work, a little sketch of an ancient windmill standing on the walls of the fortifications of Brielle. Just after I finished it, they turned the mill 90 degrees, it was pointing the other way.
Vanmorgen geschilderd, voordat ik naar kantoor reed: de molen op de vestingwerken van Brielle.

By the way: I deleted the former post, I didn't like that drawing at all.


RobCarey said...

Wow, I've missed a few days since traveling and I am loving all of your new posts. I just sketched a windmill, albeit not functioning, more for looks.

Rene Fijten said...

Yes, I saw it on your site, lovely one. This one was still functioning: like I said, the wind turned and they had to turn the mill. The original wooden mills had to head into the wind, otherwise the main structure can be damaged.

art is jok(k)e(n) said...

I check regularly your site, but no commenting. (actually I was too busy last days) But this drawing is again very good. I love the subdued color palette.

Rene Fijten said...

It was early morning and I tried to capture the less flashy colours.