Browsing All posts tagged under »drawing«

The Right To Rise!

January 25, 2014


I hope you are aware of what is happening in Ukraine currently. A country is rising up against tyranny, inhumane treatment, and a president determined to silence the voice of his people. Matters escalated when president Viktor Yanukovych pulled out of a free trade deal with the EU in favour of closer ties with Russia. […]

Foreshortening: Mt Warning

January 15, 2014


A few weeks ago, I took my oldest daughter and some friends up Mt Warning. Right to the tip shown in this photo. It is a 5 hour return hike, classified as strenuous because of the almost vertical rock scramble for the last few hundred metres. Two years ago I watched a guy who had […]

Back to Basics: Proportion

January 9, 2014


I researched some guidelines for proportion and have since been drawing many little stick figures in an A4 Graph Pad. They are all facing forward, with only a little movement of arms and legs. Not focusing on much movement at this stage, as I want to be able to draw repeatedly a well proportioned stick […]

Lunch Sketch 2014

January 5, 2014


I haven’t sketched in a while as I have been busy with work and the festive season. Whilst sketching is enjoyable and helps me with stress and my mental health … I found towards the end of last year that exercise has a similar effect. I have joined a gym near work (and I exercise […]

How is your Inner Child?

November 15, 2013


A Lunchsketch style post for my friends @ A Canvas Of The Minds. Enjoy your weekend and be sure to spend some time with your Inner Child 🙂


November 2, 2013


“But it was you who let everything into my heart, and it was you who once again woke my spirit.” ~ Sigur Rós

Brave Malala

October 21, 2013


A girl who does not fear men with guns who are afraid of little girls with voices and books. A girl whose message was only heard by the world after she was shot. Hear her message clearly on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart Support The Malala Fund to ensure other brave girls do not […]