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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 […]

Be Kind (Part 2) – Christmas Gifts

December 6, 2013


I have just printed 10 x photobooks with my 2013 sketches: – 4 will be used as Christmas gifts for my family – 6 will be posted to India, Turkey, UK and USA as gifts for … Poppy: We first met through Bec from Clouds of Colour while doing “Shoot-it Sketch-it” posts and I have […]

You decide!

August 8, 2013


I have listed the Titles for my next 3 posts below. All are important to me and will be completed … but I have not yet begun sketching any of them. In Australia we have a pending Federal Election, so I thought it might be fun to get your help by letting you vote for […]

My Greatest Piece …

July 28, 2013


8760 Lunchbreaks Chris McCandless wrote his final words across a page of a worn out novel he had taken with him, as he sought to find himself in the solitude of the Alaskan wilderness. He had turned his back on others and carried with him less than he needed to survive. He was dying and […]