Spam sucks!

My apologies to those of you who follow my blog or drop by from time to time and leave comments but thanks to those waste of space computer hackers who have nothing better to do, my blog provider has not been able to keep up with all these bogus comment-spammers as much as it used... Continue Reading →

C is for Cookie

  Exciting news! Earlier this year I entered an online competition with Threadless t-shirts to design a Sesame Street shirt. Well I wasn't the ultimate winner, however, they recently contacted me about accepting my design as a t-shirt. It's a fab wesbite, I have bought several shirts from them. The great thing is that the... Continue Reading →

Let’s pencil that in

I'm doing a personal project using colour pencils and thought I'd share my process. I'm no expert with colour pencils and hardly use them, in fact these are the same ones I've had since I was twelve. But there are a few things you might find interesting or handy to know. And as always, I would love to hear... Continue Reading →

A bit of colour in Sydney

We're heading into the middle of winter now and although the endless days of rain seem to be a permanent fixture in Sydney of late, my favourite type of weather came out on Saturday for one of our Sydney Sketchclub Meetups –nice, crisp cool winter air with bright warm sunshine. It may be hard for... Continue Reading →

A, B, C…

Greetings everyone, welcome to my new-ish blog makeover! To see more colour ink work please click here. With much deliberation of what to do with this blog after my satisfying breakthrough using colour inks, I've decided to showcase a bit more of my work besides black and white ink. Which will be quite nice –... Continue Reading →

A Breakthrough at Cockatoo

Back in December 2010 I started this blog with the whole premise of finding a style that I was happy with, or to see if I had a style at all. I was testing myself on all levels – landscape drawing, still life, different mediums, participating in online projects like Urban Sketches, Sketchbook Project, Everyday... Continue Reading →

Already April

I cannot believe we are four months into the new year - it's ridiculous. It's been awhile since I did some Urban Sketching, admittedly I never felt motivated too, but once I did one I wanted to keep going. I also drew my first "ghost" stop - which is a bus stop that is no... Continue Reading →

A capital idea

I went to our country's capital, Canberra (NOT Sydney, for all my international followers) for a few days. It was mainly to visit the touring Renaissance Exhibition at the National Gallery but I managed to fit in a few more museums and markets. Anyway, for those who do not know, Canberra was a planned city... Continue Reading →

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