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The lump on my neck. Oil paint on card. 18cm square sketchbook page.Made using oil paint I had left over from other work. The light was strong and the thought of highlighting a part of me I’m not so proud … Continue reading
The gorillas are… rather worrying for me. I read a lot into their expressions. This a compilation of all the sketches made that day, taking the boys around London Zoo. Below are some links about the Kumbuka the silverback, who … Continue reading
These works are mounted in black square frames that are quite recessed. A series of paintings treating the same source images in a range of different ways. Pencil and acrylics. These paintings were made side by side and at the same … Continue reading
There’s a fair few of these drawings. A great way to while away the time in the air in between water and crackers. Don’t watch the Revenant on a plane next to a kid btw. The size difference was … Continue reading
Drawings in pencils in a sketchbook in a small amount of time in Derbyshire in half term mostly in the kitchen. Continue reading
These are from sketchbooks and a work notepad that accompanied me on my trips camping and to Ireland. A rainy day drawing. Reading in bed. While people were chatting… A torso. And the head to go with it. Pevensy beach. … Continue reading
This was about copying and whether it is worth doing. Is it giving more or something good that the original wasn’t? An interesting Macbeth illustration. I was dead into Alfred Jarry and Ubu at the time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Jarry Picasso, Bowie, Rayogram, … Continue reading
I must be the only person in the world to have doodled Piers Morgan.
These are from around 1995. The big thing for me at the time was drawing from life. Some were studies for paintings See: https://trevormill.wordpress.com/2009/08/10/carlos-%E2%80%93-my-old-housemate-paintedon-a-big-piece-of-scrapwood-from-a-skip/ Many thanks to the models K (now my wife), F and Carlos (housemates).