Double portrait of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace.
‘We all remember Charlie‘. This is number 5 in my ‘Date night‘ series—drawings of people I’d love to spend a few hours with. Imaginary meet ups with unlikely people across time.
Line drawing of Ron Swanson. This started out as another cyanotype portrait but I didn’t see it through this time.
A wee print of Brian Blessed at 8 by 6 on its way via Etsy to Louisa in London. Thank you Louisa in London. Printed by King of Herrings in Leeuwarden @kingherrings.
Drawn in pencil, pen, gel pen, brush pen, charcoal, graphite, acrylic, and this ink-blowing thing that I found at Action.
Bob Ross. The first thing I do every day is put on Bob Ross.
Available as a print on Society 6.
Somewhere in Groningen from yesterday’s sketchcrawl with the Urban Sketchers Netherlands. It was pretty cold, so I didn’t sketch or crawl too much. But I found a sweet spot in a cafe, and drew this from the window.
Icelandic volcanoes. Well, I think they’re volcanoes. They might just be mountains. Sketchbook pages: ink, pencil, coloured pencil, gel pen and biro sketches from southern Iceland. Click them to look closer.
A pencil, ink and charcoal drawing of someone drawing at the Open Draw in Amsterdam, which Gail used to run. But not anymore.
Terry Collins. For years, Terry was one of the tallest things you could find in Jakarta. I made this picture to celebrate his 30 years there. One morning, about a year later, I got an email saying Terry was dead. Then later still I heard they’d used this picture at his memorial service.
I miss Terry.