I draw about four hours every day. I email the drawings to my mother. Recently she emailed me back, asking if I would please paint one of them. This is what I came up with. It’s a scene from the South Cornish coast of England. It has linear perspective — there is a vanishing point on the right side of the painting. Also is atmospheric perspective — the closer houses or boats are painted larger than the others. These two techniques give the illusion of depth. When doing water, I mirror the subjects in the water, then distort them.