Right in Front of Me On My Desk

I was flicking back through my copy of Keri Smith's How To Be An Explorer of the World the other day and not for the first time I realised that some of the explorations in there are quite good drawing prompts. I may do a series of drawings based on these but for now I've [...]

By | September 29th, 2014|Drawing|10 Comments

2 Full Sketchbooks

These are the first two sketchbooks that I've filled since I started drawing regularly again at the beginning of last year. The top one was my first. Before this one I just drew on pieces of paper but I moved on to a sketchbook pretty quickly. This was the book that I used to test [...]

By | September 20th, 2014|Drawing|4 Comments

The Unintended Drawing

I sat down yesterday thinking that it would be nice to do a quick drawing of a group of objects. Something simple. Not buttons or keys because I'd done both of those recently. Eventually I decided to open up the little jewellery box that used to belong to my Gran and draw some of the [...]

By | September 18th, 2014|Drawing|7 Comments

I Declare This Drawing Finished!

It seems like ages ago since I started this drawing. It was a homework from Andrea's klass during the most recent semester of Sketchbook Skool, which ran during July and August. I kept adding a bit to it each day for a while and then Drawing August came along so this took a back seat [...]

By | September 10th, 2014|Drawing|15 Comments

Drawing of a Building

Bayer House, Golden Lane. (Click on the image to see a larger, higher resolution version) This drawing was a Sketchbook Skool homework that I didn't manage to complete during the course. Liz Steel set us 2 homeworks with the idea being that you didn't have to do both. I did the first and [...]

By | September 7th, 2014|Drawing|8 Comments