I am an artist living in the rainforest on the east coast of Australia.
Fountain pen and watercolour in my moleskine. This was a lot of fun, but challenging to balance what to colour and what to leave.
Pen and watercolour in an old sketchbook. From a few years ago, but still has meaning for me. A consistent theme, animals and women.
Fountain pen with de Atramentis urban grey ink in my moleskine. Tombow markers for the diluted greys.
Here I was trying an experiment using pencil and Tombow watercolour markers for lighter tones with the ink. Not sure how well it works. I am open to feedback.
Pen and ink in my moleskine. Using the wonderful Albrecht Durer for a drawing lesson.
I enjoy bringing a bit of story-telling and hopefully ambiguity into my drawings. Done with my TWSBI fountain pen and watercolour in my moleskine
This was done on the spot with a fountain pen in my moleskine. During this time of Covid, Australia is a bit of a haven for some travellers. We have always had loads of oversea tourists. I imagine the couple who lived in this van had decided to wait it out. I was fortunate in that they were repacking while I was drawing, so I had a bit of time.
For the past years I have been mainly painting in acrylic. But since my last show I have taken this time to return to my love of drawing and am mostly experimenting. I am using fountain pen for the first time and really enjoying it.