Sketch of a horse for SA Artist Magazine step by step demonstration.
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A study of the CMR beetle which is also more broadly known as the Blister beetle. Officially the Mylabris Oculata of the Meloidae family
The anatomy of an ant is fairly complex – half way through I realised I competely messed it up. Apologies to all the Entomologists out there. I’ll have to give it a more serious go sometime. Also discovered what a wonderful technique it is to use coloured pencil crayons on top of watercolour to bump [...]
Cartoon drawing of an antbear or aardvark walking along with ants escaping the danger on some branches.
I bought two new pens the other day which of course had to be tested out as soon as possible. My 0.1 Uni-pin pen was giving up on me so needed a replacement. So while browsing the local art shop, I discovered Staedtler had a 0.1 pen, and it turns out too be waterproof which [...]
The fantastical Scottish Moon Walker, unplugged and featuring some entertaining comment contributions.
Saturday 16th April was the 31st Worldwide Sketchcrawl. Six of us spent the day at Montecasino sketching. The day was cold and rainy, so it was good that we were able to sketch inside. My first drawing was of this little police car which I thought appropriate since we heard that the watercolour society was [...]
I think its harder to find something worthwhile saying about this drawing than creating the drawing itself. Anyway, I noticed that maybe the flowers and building are escaping too. Which I suppose is not the cleverest of ideas for them. But the pink thing is enjoying the idea of the man escaping. Maybe you can [...]
Well, I won’t tell you “where & when” I drew this little drawing. Simply to say that Craig (our church leader) preached a terrific sermon on the last chapter of Jonah last Sunday(20 March 2011). I’ve heard many many many messages on the book of Jonah and this has to be one of the best [...]
Ideas seldom arrive in their complete fullness when I start out a drawing of this sort. Mostly I have no idea what I will create. As one works, the ideas flow, a break for tea, then a return for a fresh look and more to add. So the order of creation ran something like this: [...]