Last week P4M went to Dykedale to sketch the land use of Dunblane because we could get a good view from there. Before we could start to sketch we had to walk there. It was really hard because it was rocky. When we got up we had to get the grass flattened before we could lay down the rugs. When we got on the rugs we got the pencils from our bags then we started.
First I sketched the mountain, then I sketched the cows. The mountain was quite tricky to sketch because I had to get the humps in. Then I sketched Dunblane Hydro, trees, house, farms and the wind turbines. Next Mrs Miller told us that it was time to go back to school so we packed up and headed back. It was even harder to go back down because stones were sticking out of the ground. When we got back to school it was time to go home.
I really enjoyed going to Dykedale because it was fun to sketch Dunblane.