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The Right To Rise!

January 25, 2014

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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

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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

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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

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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 […]