I recently spent a great afternoon at Brighton Festival’s Doodlefest – letting myself doodle, just drawing the other drawers and allowing my mind to wander with no particular purpose. The day was sunny, the rooms rammed but surprisingly calm and I really had the best time. All the doodled postcards were posted onto a wall
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Another Tuesday evening of drawing at the pub! I really enjoyed drawing in the Cricketers in Brighton, a properly old school pub with red flock wall paper, antique prints, dark wood and the odd satanic-looking stuffed deer head hanging on the wall.
I drew this in my sketchbook at a drawing session run by the Drawing Club . Every week a group of artists, illustrators, tattoo artists and anyone who likes to draw meets up at a different pub in Brighton to practise observational sketching. I found it quite intimidating to draw strangers drinking and it was
New drawing completed at a ‘Drawing Brighton’ session of Dr David Bramwell, author of ‘The Cheeky Guide to Brighton’ and host of The Catalyst Club and The Wellsbourne Society. I’m getting work ready for Islington Contemporary Art Fair on October 5th – 7th 2012.
Continuation of my work using biro to draw contemporary portraits and am now exploring using paint alongside.
I spent some time drawing in the anatomy room at Brighton Medical School at Sussex university the other day; I thought it could be a useful and inform my life drawings. This was organised by the Brighton Medical Student Art Society. The experience was quite a strange one. All bodies were treated with respect and cadaver
I completed this drawing at an afternoon session at Artists’ Residence. Drawing tattoos on skin is incredibly difficult – basically you are drawing someone else’s 2 dimensional drawing on a moving 3 dimensional body.
Back to life drawing again and this is a portrait of Johanna in biro…I love how versatile the medium is.
A commission to draw Esther’s ear in pencil – to be part of a wedding present for her husband…