Tagged: illustration

Life’s Drawing

Around three years ago, I decided that if I was ever going to get better at drawing the human figure, I was going to have to practice it a lot. The best way to...

Setting the Tone

Regular Life Drawing offers a fantastic opportunity to experiment with different materials, styles and methods of describing the subject. I’ll generally use charcoal on either bank paper or newsprint but recently I’ve tried doing...

Refresh at Mambray Creek

Over this past month I’ve scaled back my expectations on what I can actually achieve so as to give my mind a bit of a breather before ramping up to go again in the...

AJ

As a husband, father and grandfather, renowned local community member and close family friend to my wife and myself, AJ had a profound impact on many people’s lives. This portrait was created as a...

Art for a Good Cause

As part of this years Mother’s Day Classic, a group of my wife’s friends put together a ‘Girls Night In’ event to raise money for Breast Cancer Research. I was honoured to be asked...

Miles Johnston Sketchbook

Got a nice little pressy in the mail recently when my Miles Johnston Sketchbook finally arrived. I don’t recall exactly when and where I first came across Miles’ work – I think it may...

Head Drawing Phase 2

After completing Head Drawing Phase 1 through Watts Atelier Online it was time to jump straight into Phase 2. While Phase 1 was generally concerned with overall head structure and proportion, phase 2 focused...