Horse crap. That lazy B didn't draw that.
I also have a hard time believing she would've drawn this herself.
Probably ordered a sketch from some unknown artist and is now too lazy to issue any sort of statement on it.
does anyone know how to do an image search?
That'll bring it up who actually drew that drawing
I tr d to do it but didn't have much luck
I have done an image search but it just generates the same "Waity"-image.
Some of us have discussed the issue in this thread a couple of days before. I had then searched the chapel on the Web and found, that the sketch very much resembles the picture of St Mark's in the Wikipedia entry about Englefield. As another disher supposed yesterday, the photograph could have been used as a template.
Look at the two branches in front of the right part of the roof.
Yet others have suspected the sketch was created with the aid of some app that converts photos into sketches or with Photoshop. But as the execution of the sketch is not too skillful - look at the inconsistent porch - I think the creator is a human. (OR a very smart app that adds mistakes in order to make the drawing look "handmade").
And as there are at least two perspectives in the sketch - main building and porch - there could have been several photos serving as models.
I found hints of two artistic movements in this little sketch:
a) various perspectives of the same object = Cubism
b) smeary drawing of an idyllic church = Romanticism
... and I didn't even study art history.
Furthermore the askew placement of the porch is a typical Waity'ism. Did she ever wear a designer dress without alteration?
(All things considered, I think Waity is the creator of the sketch. I did some likeable drawings by copying from photographs when I was young, and I did not have much talent either, just patience. And, as some other disher stated, I also believe this drawing, in all its imperfection, is a sweet way of contributing to the sister's wedding.)