Month: July 2015


Watercolour was really a medium of my childhood: A cheap, water-soluble paint that was comparatively easy to clean up. So I’ve been mucking around a bit with them. The tree looks like it was painted by a child but the rest… actually I’m pretty pleased. The sea creatures were inspired by the amazing works of Amok Island  which…

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And now, for the sake of hilarity.

This is my friend Matt Hort. Who is universally known as the “Mug Punter” for his propensity to take on absurd challenges, undertake profoundly inadequate preparation, and still scrape through to finish. He has multiple claims to fame. Being the Godrather is not one of them, but I think he carries the look off well.   If…

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Small things

Random sketches that were not as time intensive as the ones in the previous blog, here for your perusal, in the spirit of full-disclosure. I call this “random people I saw in Sydney. And Xena. Because sword.”

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So much to blog, been so slack

In my defence, I lost my phone. Actually I didn’t lose my phone. I was unintentionally decoupled from my mobile devices. This resulted in two things: No photographs, and lots of drawing. All is back and right with the world and I think I’ve improved in art terms since my last blog. I have a new…

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