More planty shapes—this time from inside the house. Mostly ink.
Ink drawings at 30x30cm. Shapes from the front of the house, the side, and at the back. The last of the Belarusian ink. I loved that ink.
Ink and pencil at about 40x40cm.
Another experiment combining elements from different sketchbook pages.
This is the view from my sofa, lovingly rendered in ink and pencil at about 50 x 70 cm.
My floor isn’t normally this untidy, I should make this clear. I was thinking more about the composition. The man on the screen is someone else I photographed talking about war one morning.
More sketching people off the telly malarky.
Trying out some ink sketches of my tree on some paper I bought in Paris.
Buckets of rain, buckets of tears, got all them buckets comin’ out of my ears. Ink and pencil on paper 44 x 44cm. Inspired by something I heard in a Rupert Sheldrake lecture on consciousness.
Steven Seagal’s biggest fan.