…incorporating an interesting hairdo!
On this lovely grey Sunday, I sat here with magnifying glasses like the memaw I am not and finally finished the A3 illustration!
Pencil, marker, metallic market and fineliner on paper.
Here’s the making-of and result!
Here is last night’s drawing from when the art muse bit me.
Pencil, felt tip, fineliner and metallic pen on paper.
Sometimes I just drawing lines and shapes come up….this line drawing turned into a cat!
Felt tip and fineliner,0.5 and 0.05.
I don’t know if you fellow artists (this includes musicians and writers and the jolly rest) and illustrators agree….my work seems to grow like a living being as I move along with drawing. Ernest Hemingway said that “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” I totally agree and find this little quote suitable for all creative outpourings somehow.
Here’s an illustration I did today. I took some images of the making-of process and only now, when editing them together and making a little film (Oscar nomination is guaranteed), did I notice the growing and organic quality the process has. Judge for yourselves & leave some comments!
No red nose, promised!
Fineliner and pencil on paper. Signed limited edition prints available soon….drop me a line if you’d like a stag in your life.
Drawing: Pencil and fine-liner
Size: 7 H x 9.4 W inch
I built up on repetitive line patterns that are restricted by circles that revolve around two centres. The end result looks somewhat like a parrot…
Spread out across the dining table is a collection of original artwork, which I’ll put on this website in an orderly fashion in the next weeks. Keep your eyes peeled!