A self-taught illustrator, with a passion for illustration, typography and surface pattern design. I also publish colouring pages and books.
Quick doodle of cats cats cats for International Cat Day, 8 August 2018.
Second (and final) attempt at fish in a teacup ...
Doodling fish in a teacup. First attempt.
Splashing sunny doodly flowers onto the sketchbook page.
Making more marks ... aka doodling!
Making marks with paint and pens.
I've been fascinated by ravens for a few years now and doodle and paint them constantly. Here's the latest version ...
I don't normally paint trees. So I was surprised when my daily doodling produced this loose interpretation of the tree in my garden. I quite like it. Doodles are magical.
A pair of ravens, black, and white. Two sides of a whole.
A simple doodle in watercolour of some pot plants. Imaginary, of course.
Just doodling what comes to mind. Obviously water!
I'm never sure of what I'm going to doodle with watercolour or where all of this is coming from, and I love that.
Continuing with the doodling and just watching what emerges. I'm beginning to thoroughly enjoy this strange turn of art events in my life.
Just doodling ... out came a proliferation of blue leaves.
Doodling has become an essential part of new beginnings in my life. The blank page is encouraging unplanned art that surprises me and pushes me in new directions. This piece speaks to me of fresh starts and flowing into the future full of change and magical possibilities.
Doodle painted a Happy Mother's Day piece ... might make a decent card one day!
Another doodle that insisted on becoming a printable, downloadable colouring page.
Sketchbook: Blobs and Leaves.
Doodle drawing of a mandala full of hearts, now available as a downloadable, printable colouring page at etsy.
My very first mandala doodle drawing, now available as a printable downloadable colouring page.
A doodle of very blobby happy cats, on a lovely large scarf.
Imaginary Friend Drawing Challenge