Self-portrait with balloon head early on a Sunday morning in Osdorp. Drawn in grey ink, gel pen, pencil, colour pencil (black), charcoal pencil.
“I bet you can’t draw me” he said. Well kid, you owe me a sandwich. On the ferry from England to Holland with the last of my stuff in boxes. Drawn in blue fountain pen, and blue pencil.
Made-up Amsterdam scene along Prins Hendrikkade, near Centraal.
Catfish. I love Catfish. Drawn with everything blue I could find: pencil, crayon, oil pastel, gel pen, and ink. Plus a bit of white acrylic here and there.
A portrait of Lou Reed, lovingly rendered here in cobalt blue fountain pen ink, coloured pencil, gel pen, biro and white acrylic paint.
A portrait of Keith Floyd, lovingly rendered here in cobalt blue fountain pen ink, blue gel pen, and purple pencil.
Monty says place them two to three inches apart. Don’t you just love Monty Don? I do. He’s the most reassuring, calming person you could watch. Like Bob Ross, but for gardening. Total Zen. I’ve never had reason to see a urologist, but if I ever do, I hope it’s Monty Don putting on the rubber gloves.
Chomsky can blast it out at will. A pen and ink, and colour pencil drawing of Noam Chomsky demonstrating his superpowers to BBC2 Newsnight presenter Evan Davis.