Another self-portrait from Osdorp. Drawn in pencil, graphite, charcoal, brush pen, pastel and acrylic. I really got into the A3-sized Cachet books by Daler-Rowney, with this recycled, wrapping paper-coloured, paper.
Double selfie drawn in Osdorp. Made in ink, pastel, acrylic, pencil, charcoal and gel-pen.
Drawing of Lemmy O’Brien in brush pen, colour pencil and graphite.
Shadi drawing at the Open Draw in Amsterdam’s De Pijp area. I like drawing people drawing. Drawn in pencil, colour pencil, crayon and graphite.
Montage for The Economist. Many big thanks to Graham James.
Self-portrait in pencil, gel pen, coloured pencil, charcoal, felt tip pen, pastel. I had this one made into some business cards, some of which have survived ’til now.
Things to do. Man menaced by own to do list.
A metre-wide drawing for The Open Draw’s one year birthday exhibition at Galerie Bart on Prinsengracht. Drawn with water-colour pencils.
Life drawing from the Mixtup on Eerste Jacob van Campenstraat. Organised by Julia at the Amsterdam International Life Drawing Society.
This poor bugger was just lying there in the road, one eye completely popped out, cars slowly driving around it. I picked it up out the road and put it in under a bush. I really wasn’t too sure what to make of it all.
Drawn from memory in pencil, colour pencil, pastel and acrylic pen, on Cachet recycled paper.