Last year I had the pleasure of designing the wedding invite for friends of mine. I’m really pleased with how it turned out, so I thought I’d share a little bit of the process of making it. To start with I was given the theme of succulents and hexagons. It was fun trying out differentContinue reading “Wedding Invite”
It’s almost 2018 … and definitely time to update my profile image!
I liked this bust of George Roberts, Provost of Selkirk in the 1800s, and had to draw it.
Yesterday I went on a Timberbush Tour of the Scottish Highlands, seeing places like Glencoe and Loch Ness. I’ve been to Loch Ness before, and through Glencoe lots of times, but this is the first time I’ve done a tour of my own country – and certainly the first time I’ve been up through the HighlandsContinue reading “Whistle-stop Highland Tour”
I did these sketches last month but only got the chance to colour them today. Most of them are very quick gesture drawings, around 30 seconds. The portrait was drawn in about 5 minutes. I think the fish came out particularly well!
Clearing through my files today I found this sketch I did in Vancouver. It was a nice warm day so I went to the beach to doodle and draw. Today Edinburgh is cold and rainy and feels more like February than June, so I coloured my old sketch to remind me of warmer days …
Here’s a rough drawing from my sketchbook today of a very wonky cathedral! (That’s my drawing, not the building … )
I actually painted this a while ago at a life drawing session. I need to keep practising with watercolours; it’s difficult!
I recently discovered that the gallery in town hosts free drawing events, so this Thursday I went along to take a look. I got the chance to sketch a figure in costume, something that was remarkably tricky to do! I guess I’m used to unclothed figures … These were drawn using a Micron pen. ThenContinue reading “Costume Drawing”