Sunday, 20 July 2014


 Flowers done over a few days. I couldn't wait to finish it, because I was getting sort of bored with it. But I kept just adding one more flower. Just one more. Then another. Etc. So, I just had to get it right, even though it was a bit boring to do. But it was an interesting process - I found myself discovering a new sort of pen 'flick' when filling in the petals with lines that was very satisfying.

Anyway, here they are. Flowers.

Thursday, 17 July 2014

Biro, paper...draw!

I had a biro, I had a piece of paper, so I did what had to be done and married them. This is their wedding bouquet.

This one was drawn at my computer desk over a few days during the periods of time that I was waiting for my computer to boot up. Well, I hate that egg timer (it's a spinning circle these days) thing. It's like watching a kettle come to the boil. It never does while you watch it. So, drawing seemed like the natural thing to do to pass that time in a way that I love passing time.

Anyway, pen, paper, I hope you live happy ever after producing baby drawings all over the place. Ding dong.

Monday, 14 July 2014

A is for...

A is for...well, lots of things. I might work on the rest of the alphabet.  I don't even remember why I did this one. I like it though. I do love letters. And I do love doodling. So combined is a lot of love going on. As per usual, the majority of this one went on during some extremely intense skype conversations with a bunch of people from all over the world from NZ to Tennessee to Wales to Holland to Israel. Why not? Who else can I talk to about the evolution of the human?

Sunday, 6 July 2014

Another sampler

I forgot about this one! I started this one last year (again at yet another Waunifor seminar). It only needed a couple more things doing to it, which I did tonight when I found it tucked away in a notebook earlier this week.

Anyone would think I was bored at these seminars. But the drawing simply helps me concentrate on the process - it keeps the old brain busy so that I can get whats going on directly to my mind. Believe me. Boredom hasn't existed in my life in a long, long time.

Tuesday, 1 July 2014


I drew this one when I was in Waunifor, Wales, for a week a few months ago. It sort of reminds me of theatre curtains. Not sure why, it just does.

It's only small, usually I draw on A4 size, but this was just a small sketch pad that I had to  hand, Smaller than A5, even, I think.

Anyway, don't really know what to say about it. Small, curtains, shading, round bits, curly bits and diamonds with lines. Says it all, I guess!.