A sunny afternoon in Blois and I came back home with two sketches...It was about time!
I made the first one from the castel's garden. I've been fascinated by the presence of this church, the "Saint Vincent de Paul" church rising in the middle of this group of huge trees.
It's seems that trees and church are fighting to be the more majestic monument in the middle of the city.
For the story, this church has been built in 1624 but has been stopped after the foundation level. In 1634 they retook the construction and spent 20 years to elevate it up to the roof's bottom. They've been pretty slow because most of the stones were requisitionned for the extention of the castel.
Finaly, the church has been finished in 1660.
Later, I came back on earth ground and I just relaxed in the shade
and fresh air from a terrasse coffe's of Blois, sketching the street
For this sketch, I used a new brush pen and i enjoyed again to play with it.