I really did not expect to draw the gate again so soon, but here it is in charcoal.
As you can see, I made some changes to the drawing.
The dimensions of the paper I use are a bit different, so the composition is a bit different. There are some differences between working with watercolour and working with charcoal and I used those differences to make some changes to the gate and to create a foggy atmosphere by blurring the trees.
I started working on another quality of paper and I am getting used to that too. It is easier to blur the trees now, but I have to take care not to saturate this paper too soon. Well, fine-tuning is a nice thing when it's about my hobby.
Now I made two versions of the Gate I can let it rest - for a few days or weeks.
To me there is something very intriguing about this subject so there are definitely more gates to come.
More information about this charcoal drawing (size, paper used, etc) and about the watercolour painting I made earlier can be found at www.jannekesatelier.co.nr