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I used to go every week like clockwork, but haven't been for a while. Freelancing destroys that kind of routine when it picks up and just spent two months in the studio painting, so life drawing was a little too much to fit in, but I'm not complaining. Being tired from standing in front of an easel is a good kind of tired.
Quick concept sketch and photo assembly and a snap of us coming into Table Bay.
Another concept piece from a workshop I took part in earlier this year.
Quick little watercolour sketch and some skullthumpers back home.
Latest batch of watercolours, should be in the shop soon!
Part of my watercolour education, the actual piece is smaller than a postcard.
And a snap from Witsand.
More watercolour(Jharkot in Nepal) process and hitting the road. Or getting his beside the road. During the 2010 Winelands half marathon.
The figure lady laying down is a super cool piece. Really like how you played with the proportions... do you do that with the Nikon D80, or just play around when you paint?
Thanks. I assume you're referring to one of the life drawings? They're all done with pencil and ink wash from life, not too often to I copy figures from photos, if that's what you meant...
Watercolour of a street on the Annapurna track and a fog bank rolling into Cape Town.
Always cool to see another Aussie on here. Amazing works, what's happening in that picture in Sydney?
Here's the tip of a brand new iceberg.
Much of my work is based in introspective escapism, travelling without moving, visiting places I would love to see, but which do not exist. Yet.
So join me, I could get interesting.
New watercolours, as always.
Some digital scribbling from a while ago...
Ink piece from a while back.
Sifting through old work for my website update and found this. A piece which I have next to no memory of ever doing, although I do recall the idea behind it.
It's been a WHILE, but I've been busy (working), so let me chuck some new stuff in here...
Quick-ish Omar piece. Pencil sketch, finished in Photoshop.
A page from the little black sketchbook. The actual image is smaller than what appears on your monitor. Unless of course you're looking at this on your phone.
A bunch of new pieces.