Creative Outlets

"I think that the very great artists were not trying to express themselves.They were trying to trap the fact, because after all, artists are obsessed by life and by certain things that obsess them that they want to record. And they've tried to find systems and construct the cages in which these things can be... Continue Reading →

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Acrylic Work

  It's fascinating looking back at old work and seeing how my style has evolved and changed over time. What intrigues me most is not simply my evolution in technique, but my interest and use of material. I have experimented a lot over the years and have come to find that you can never fail... Continue Reading →

Doodle Galaxy (Doodle Time Part 2)

I didn't really notice the kind of doodler I was until I compiled them altogether for these posts. Given that they tend to be entirely separate and individual occurrences, I don't pay much attention to the technique or style at the time. So photocopying them from my notebook and creating digital copies was quite a sterile process for me, as it almost diluted... Continue Reading →

Childhood Drawings

When I was young, this kind of thing was basically all I drew. Animals dressed in clothes in all sorts of scenes. I think I must have done this one when I was ten as it's Victorian themed and we were studying the Victorian Era around that time (I remember being horrified by what the poor... Continue Reading →

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