Kinda like the haunted house on Page Street. It was a rainy day, just before sundown, and this house was dark and blue, like other parts of the sky. But the part I liked was the warmth of the lit windows, naturally.
I really rushed through this sketch focusing on three things. Keeping the building dark, keeping brush strokes simple, and keeping the windows in line with each other. I've done a lot of quick sketches like this, but noticed that if the windows don't line up in some logical way, it's very distracting. I watched Heiner Hertling doing a barn on TV the other day, and the windows shapes were merely hinted at, but since they were aligned, the eye just took them in as "windows" without any trouble.
(I really like Hiener's PBS show, because he seems to be the only TV instructor that actually paints en plein air, painting a real landscape before him. All the others seem to be painting from a previous painting which bores me no end, and seems less instructive).