Dartmoor Tor


Bowerman’s Nose, Dartmoor

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Dartmoor Tor Landscape Drawing – Bowerman’s Nose
An original pen & ink drawing of Bowerman’s Nose, a distinctive and well known outcrop on Dartmoor.  Dartmoor is a National Park in Devon.  It is well known for granite tors, rocky outcrops and barren landscapes.  This is an unusual outcrop as from this angle the outcrop looks like a face with a flat cap on its head!  Whilst working on the drawing it brought back memories of many a good time hiking around the area.  Indeed, a wonderful place to visit, not far from Houndtor, HayTor and Widecombe-in-the-Moor.

Drawing Dimensions
The Dartmoor tor landscape drawing is approximately A4 size (21 cm x 29.7 cm) and is drawn on smooth  300gsm watercolour paper.

Original Dartmoor ink drawing by Paul Hopkinson

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Packaging & Materials
I have used an excellent quality watercolour paper and the finest of pens to produce the tiny details which bring this drawing to life.

The drawing will be carefully wrapped in cellophane and protected with additional packing.  Likewise, I aim for my originals to arrive with you in the same condition that they left me.  I use the Royal Mail’s ‘Signed for Next Day’ or ‘International Tracked’ service.

A bit about me!

I am a full time professional artist based in Devon in the United Kingdom.  Whilst my time on Dartmoor inspired this pen and ink drawing, my main focus is wildlife painting.  Indeed, I love to capture the life within my paintings and I enjoy working with the watercolour medium to create fine detail. I am continually adding to my portfolio and draw inspiration from amazing photographers and also the stunning North Devon environment.

And what about you?!

Do you want to learn how to create your own original watercolour paintings and also find out how to paint details?    Take a look at becoming a member of my online school.  I feel that I have found my niche and I absolutely love teaching others.  Firstly, I find it extremely rewarding to be able to see the progress my students make.  Secondly I enjoy being able to interact directly with fellow wildlife artists.  Thirdly and most importantly I am able to share my love of the watercolour medium.  So take a look on YouTube or become a member, and you may see this painting being created or learn how to paint your own version.