EDiM Day 5

May 5, 2009 | Leave your thoughts

I was flat out today- no lunch break and 3 back to back meetings. However, after last nights inspiration, I found myself naturally observing the noses around the table. Although I always had the project manager sitting right next to me, I managed to sneak a few scribbles in the back of my work notebook...

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EDiM 02,03,04

May 4, 2009 | Leave your thoughts

As I am hoping to do 2 spreads per day… my plan of attack is to sketch from life at lunchtime and at night to doing reading/research from the various reference books. Here is a random page on mouths I don’t sketch on Sundays (a day off) so Saturday is a double day…If I can’t...

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090502 Saturday…

May 2, 2009 | Leave your thoughts
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Shopping this morning and an opportunity to sketch some people…but first to get me in the mood… coffee and cake. I do think that drawing a cup or two before I attempt to draw people does help me loosen up.So here are my efforts from this morning…I was in a rather open area so not...

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090501 Friday Night Traffic

May 1, 2009 | 1 Comment

Haven’t had the opportunity to do one of these for a while now… this means that I have been driving home after the peak hour and not that the traffic has been good! It will soon be too dark for me to see what I am doing… but I don’t suppose that will stop me!

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090428 A commitment

April 28, 2009 | 3 Comments

I am a little ‘scared’ of making this commitment… but this years Everyday in May challenge is going to be drawing people!! Did I say a little scared… quite worried might be more realistic…. but no! I am just being silly! A whole month dedicated commitment is what I need and this is the book...

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090424 A New Journal

April 27, 2009 | 2 Comments

A quick sketch to start my new journal – always good to break through the brand new book barrier. The nice thing about the Daler Rowney sketchbook that I use is that the very first spread contains the same paper so I start sketching from the inside cover.This is the state of my palette as...

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