Colorful Cityscape Art Cards, Pen and Ink

Darling Avenue
2.5″ x 3.5″ Copics, fine liners, gel pen on Bristol Board

More colorful cityscapes (with cute names). So glad I started doing these tiny towns and streets because they are super fun and I recommend you do some. You might not like your first one, but try again!

I expect I will do many more, maybe even some large ones. Hmmm. 100 Cityscapes Project? I will have to think about that.

Village at Blushing Hill
2.5″ x 3.5″ Copics, fine liners, gel pen

The colors of this one remind me of a dreamy desert landscape. I settled on a name for the color that the peachy sunset casts across the village. Thanks for stopping by!

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10 thoughts on “Colorful Cityscape Art Cards, Pen and Ink

  1. Elena Caravela

    Ever so charming Cindy. They have the appear of a place in a children’s book and a Chagall space. Blushing Hill is particularly intriguing. Beautiful!

  2. clara nilles

    Oh….these are wonderful! I love the colors, details, and slightly warped perspective. Just charming….and yes 100 Villages would be magical…..go for it!!

  3. Jill

    I was just going to say that you would like Beth Parker’s art, but I see you two have already met. I love both of these tiny little towns, but like the dessert colored town best.

  4. Leslie White

    These are fun! In that second one that is desert-like? I love the fence you added on top and the little off kilter mailbox in the right lower quadrant. So cool, Cindy.

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