…if my parents’ dog Hermine was a woman. She’s very feminine and coquettish, curvy bordering pudgy, and a right bossy little bitch.
Drawing 48 – Cat Drawing 49 – Amelia Drawing 50 – Liam Also entitled “Liam plotting world domination” Ah, super long train journeys made longer by the ineptitude of National Rail. So while the #finsburypark fiasco was sending East Coast and London train travel into […]
Drawing 44 – Killian Drawing 45 – Michaela My lovely beautiful nieces of whom these portaits do not do justice. In one respect I’m proud of these pieces; a month ago I’d never used watercolours properly (or made a portrait). But I find myself also […]
I made a christmas card. I don’t think my grandmas will like it. In case you missed out on late 80s skate metal, it’s the ninja turtles crossed over with the album cover of “How Will I Laugh Tomorrow” by Suicidal Tendencies. Here’s the original […]
Drawing 40 – Robin 1 Watercolour and ink on watercolour paper. 35 min pose. Drawing 41 – Robin 2 Watercolour and ink on bristol paper. 35 min pose. Drawing 42 – Robin 3 Watercolour, 35 min pose. Could have done with another 15 mins on […]
Drawing 36 – Christina 1 Watercolour and ink, on watercolour paper, 1hr pose. Trying to improve my flesh tones, and introduce a subtle background. Drawing 37 – Christina 2 Exactly same treatment, time and palette except I wanted to know how bristol paper compared. It […]
34 – Steve 1 Lifedrawing tonight… My plan was to work with more than one colour, as well as experiment with loose ink and/or loose colour. This is a little tighter than I was after, but it’s starting to loosen up a little. Also getting […]
My first art commission. Wow, I didn’t think I’d be writing that quite so soon. In any case I present to you drawing 34 of 1000 – a crossover piece between Eric Draven from The Crow and Altaïr from Assassin’s Creed. Done in ink by […]