081017 101 Buildings – No. 4

October 17, 2008 | Leave your thoughts

I hope this project doesn’t get bigger than Ben Hur… I now plan to do little sketches of the plan or section as well as copying the photo in the 1001 Buildings book – well at least I am getting back to my big ambition of developing a system for doing quick analytical sketches of...

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081015 A feather

October 17, 2008 | Leave your thoughts

The idea to draw a feather is not mine EDM 192 Something that Floats – I drew this due to an email I received from the Colourguru http://www.flickr.com/photos/thecolourguru/ asking me if I had ever drawn a feather…I hadn’t so of course I had to try!

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081016 A new sketchbook

October 17, 2008 | Leave your thoughts

Catching up on my recent sketches… breaking away from my Moleskine watercolour books for a change and using a small Canson Watercolour book – it is beautiful! A few more random sketches… It is nice when the first couple of spreads are completed.

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A new project: 101 Buildings

October 16, 2008 | 1 Comment

Ok… This is not a serious project in that I do not actually plan to draw 101 buildings from my “1001 Buildings you must see” book… But I thought it was a good idea when I am looking for things to draw! Only 98 to go….

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Teapot Doodles

October 3, 2008 | 1 Comment

Often during the day at work I doodle on a scrap piece of paper while waiting for computers or printers to do there things. Decided that I need to start doing more of these in my journal… So this is this weeks efforts (I almost forgot about the project on two days – a sign...

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Revisiting Middle Head

September 27, 2008 | 4 Comments

Went back to on of my favourite places in Sydney today as it was a lovely warm day. The point of the visit was to take photos for the 2 Cre8it courses I am doing at the moment….but of course I had to sketch as well. Then went shopping and stopped for a coffee and...

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080925 EDM 190 – My Palette

September 25, 2008 | 3 Comments

I am missing my sketching now that I am back from holidays. This weeks challenge is a nice way to complete my trip – the state of it at the end. Mine is constantly changing as I explore the amazing qualities of different watercolour paints – so much to learn!

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