Edinburgh-based creature of habit equipped with all kinds of methods to apply to his madnesses.
I specialize in collage, drawing, illustration, mixed media art, pen and ink.
A more unusual interpretation of the mermay theme some of us are fond of. Also, new sketchbook time is fast approaching!
It's all about masks and disguises.
Computers with literal mouses? Yep, it's that kind of day here!
Monday motivation...of a sorts (it's technically Tuesday on my side of the pond, but whatever).
Pretty much what it says.
An exercise in the art of anguish languish.
Life in lockdown/business as always.
A fairly special one for me this week, as today’s post is inspired by what would have been the time of Beltane celebrations. As it is, we celebrated at home in our own little ways, and in the case of myself indulging in my usual habits! Drinking and of course drawing, the usual stuff...
"We don't make mistakes, just happy little accidents." - Bob Ross.
A spot of Monday motivation!
Tuesday night (or is Wednesday morning?) is alright for improvising, that much is true.
In the immortal words of Jim Carrey...ssssssssssmokin'!
When your local art store drops by your house to drop off new supplies, that's the perfect excuse to crack on with new projects!
A tribute to suitcase synthesisers.
More octopode-y adventures.
The word “backwards” in reverse would sound, I’m fairly certain, like something along the lines of ‘straw cab’ I’m presuming?
Anyway, that was what randomly prompted me today to get cracking on with some art, heheheh.
At the end of all this self-isolation, I have no doubt folks will be as hungry as that Dalmatian pupper I named this piece after. Hungry for some actual social interaction in our cases, that is...
It's a yin-yang kind of thing on the go here.
“Hikyaku - literally "fleet feet" or "flying feet." These running messengers played a critical role in delivering items and messages, given that in Japan's mountainous terrain, other modes of transportation, like horses or carriages, weren't very practical.”
All manner of quirky looking animals on some safari in the deep sea.