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A2; ink, marker, gouache, watercolour, acrylic;

Main explorations and experiments:
First person perspective and (an imagined) Fish Eye effect.
Technique and the influence and interaction between different media. 568 more words


Making the cut

It may seem like a small thing to the outside observer, the final sorting of art, arranged and rearranged, stacked and unstacked. Counted. Counted over and over. 149 more words

Painting Process

What to Paint When You've Got Nothing to Paint!!

I painted with a tutor for many years as a serious-hobby watercolourist while I continued to work in my corporate career. The great thing was, I would turn up to art class and she would have the subject all prepared for us: real-life objects, photographs, magazines,  warm-up materials and ideas. 380 more words

Painting Process

Brighton View Landscape in Stages

Here, in different stages, is the Brighton View Landscape painting I created for the Garden Home.

I made this rough sketch at the park before starting out. 649 more words


Gotham - The Penguin fanart Process

I have started watching this series Gotham, and fell in love with Robin Lord Taylor. I mean, it’s hard to explain; I like Oswald Cobblepot because of his freakiness, but I guess the impact is how the actor fits so well to the character.   203 more words


Painting Steps (with Two Turtle Doves)

This is the couple of my previous “Partridge in a Pear Tree” origami piece. Maybe a little more unrecognizable, but that’s where the title comes in to clarify . 339 more words

The Hardest Thing about Painting

What’s the hardest thing about painting? I’ve been asked this question several times. To me the hardest thing about hanging it’s simply finding time. Sometimes life gets in the way and things happen, sometimes you just don’t feel like painting. 320 more words