Day 3 of Inktober has arrived – here is my little inky doodle.
So, should have been out yesterday however I got sidetracked BUT at least I did the inking on day 2 :)
Thought I’d have a go at this, this year. Originally created by artist Jake Parker and is simply a creative exercise to help get more confident at drawing/inking. Maybe you’d be interested too?
Occasionally, in this creative life, someone comes along that single-handedly reignites your passion for creativity and inspires you to go out and explore more, without even knowing it.
This week I was able to get a Worldwide Wednesday feature written up about one of those inspirational people.
His name is Rory Walker and he is an amazingly talented illustrator from Bristol who’s style you may already be familiar with as he has provided illustrations for a number of major brands around the world.Read More »
Hallo you. Been a while since I last did a Worldwide Wednesday blog post so I wanted to try and explore more talent from around the world this year and the first person that I would like to introduce you to is a very talented artist from Cornwall in England.
Her name is Alice Hole, so, if you have your mug/brew ready, let me introduce you to Alice.
Would you like to see my latest entry in the Doodle Journal?
Good job that I got it finished then, lol!
Last year I started a series of three commissions for a lovely lady. Now that she has (hopefully) received them I think that I am safe to pop the last of these online for all to see.
Hurrah! Another one done!
It’s been a labour of love with much hand-cramp but commission number two is finally complete :)
I’ve been over the moon this week as my first piece of artwork has been listed … and sold!
I’m already working on number 2 :)Read More »
First of all, let me just explain the title – it has nothing to do with THOSE BOOKS or THAT THING, but now that I have your attention, you might like to read about some rubber stamping that I have been doing this week?
After you’ve cooled down.Read More »
You know the saying. ‘You can’t teach an old dog new tricks’. I’m not so sure.
If like me you have a stash of stencils and templates that you got donkey’s years ago, and that have sat in the drawer since then, why not have a rummage and see if any would be suitable for Zentangling.
That’s very much what I’ve been doing this weekend.
Last week I shared a gallery of images that featured still life drawing attempts.
This week I have a collection of life drawing sketches to share with you.
When sitting at my desk thinking of ideas for blog posts I often catch a glimpse of my college portfolio sitting quietly in the corner and it hit me recently, why don’t I share this with you?!
This first collection is some of my first ‘official’ attempts at sketching and drawing, in particular those that would be grouped under “still life”.