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  1. Dear all, now the summer heat seems to be gone. It's still sunny but not that hot anymore. Perfect weather for sketching for the H alpha sun: Telescope: Lunt LS50THaB600PT Eyepiece: Celestron X-Cel 10mm Date & Time: August 30th, 2019 / 1230-1300 CEST Location: home terrace, Dusseldorf region, Germany Technique: reddish Koh-i-Noor Toison d'Or pastels and pastel pens on yellowish Canson Mi-Teintes pastel paper Clear and sunny skies! Achim
  2. Dear all, these days we have a sunny and hot summer over here. Today I tried to capture the "aura" of the sun caused by some dust in our atmosphere when doing the pastel sketch of the H alpha solar disc. I spent almost half an hour with the solar disc and its aura and then just 15 minutes for the proms and filaments. So here's the result: Telescope: Lunt LS50THaB600PT Eyepiece: Celestron X-cel 10mm Date & Time: June 26th, 2019 /1030-1115 CEST Location: home terrace, Dusseldorf region, Germany Technique: red and orange Koh-i-Noor pastels and pastel pens on black Canson Mi-Teintes pastel paper Size: 24 x 32 cm Clear (and sunny) skies! Achim
  3. Dear all, these days we have a sunny and hot summer over here. Today I tried to capture the "aura" of the sun caused by some dust in our atmosphere when doing the pastel sketch of the H alpha solar disc. I spent almost half an hour with the solar disc and its aura and then just 15 minutes for the proms and filaments. So here's the result: Telescope: Lunt LS50THaB600PT Eyepiece: Celestron X-cel 10mm Date & Time: June 26th, 2019 /1030-1115 CEST Location: home terrace, Dusseldorf region, Germany Technique: red and orange Koh-i-Noor pastels and pastel pens on black Canson Mi-Teintes pastel paper Size: 24 x 32 cm Clear (and sunny) skies! Achim
  4. Dear all, two days after the previous sketch, I made another pastel sketch of the H alpha sun showing quite well, how the sun rotated and how the filaments and prominences have changed in two days: Telescope: Lunt LS 50 THa B600 PT Eyepiece: Celestron X-cel 10mm Date & Time: June 7th, 2019 / 1000-1030 CEST Location: home terrace, Dusseldorf region, Germany Technique: reddish and black Koh-i-Noor soft pastels and pastel pens on light-grey Hahnemühle Ingres mould-made pastel paper Size: 24x31cm Here's the direct comparison: I struggled a bit with the white balance on the smart phone camera when taking the pictures of the sketches. Both are done on the same light-grey paper. Clear and sunny skies! Achim
  5. Dear all, the prominences of the previous days on limb of the sun now are visible as filaments on the solar disc itself. Lacking amazing prominences on the limb, I hsve been concentrating on sketching the filaments this time. Compared with my previous sketches they moved from the right towards the middle. Note that my sketches are usually left-right-flipped due to the telescope's mirror. So here's the result: Telescope: Lunt LS 50 THa B600 PT Eyepiece: Celestron X-cel 10mm Date & Time: June 7th, 2019 / 1000-1030 CEST Location: home terrace, Dusseldorf region, Germany Technique: reddish and black Koh-i-Noor soft pastels and pastel pens on light-grey Hahnemühle Ingres mould-made pastel paper Size: 24x31cm Clear and sunny skies! Achim
  6. Dear all, today we had a wonderful sunny day over here in Germany and I took the opportunity to do a pastel sketch of our home star. As usual, the image is mirror-reversed. Telescope: Lunt LS50THaB600PT Eyepiece: Celestron X-Cel 10mm Date & Time: May 29th, 2019 / 1630-1700 CEST Location: home terrace, Dusseldorf region, Germany Technique: reddish Koh-i-Noor Toison d'Or pastels and pastel pens on greyish Canson Mi-Teintes pastel paper Size: 24 x 32 cm Clear and sunny skies! Achim
  7. Dear all, as suggested by Hughsie, here's my pastel sketch my contribution to the solar imaging challenge. Telescope: Lunt LS50THaB600PT Eyepiece: Celestron X-Cel 10mm Date & Time: May 29th, 2019 / 1630-1700 CEST Location: home terrace, Dusseldorf region, Germany Technique: reddish Koh-i-Noor Toison d'Or pastels and pastel pens on greyish Canson Mi-Teintes pastel paper Like all of my astronomical sketches , I did this one directly at the eyepiece. The picture of the sketch is taken with my smartphone and just cropped. Clear (and sunny) skies! Achim Size: 24 x 32 cm
  8. From the album: Vicky's Artwork

    The Pillars of Creation Coloured pastels on black paper Sketched 20.11.2015

    © vicky050373

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