For the WHOLE of this year I’m going to try to post something from my sketchbook for every day of the year. It’s a great way to make sure I draw something everyday, which really helps me feel like I’ve achieved something on long slow days with paperwork and commission hunting, or when I work away in boring places. PLUS you, the viewer, get a sneaky peak into my brain via the pages of my sketchbook doodles.
January is almost done, and it’s going well, so it’s time to let the world in on my secret.
So heres the deal, visit sketchbook-everyday.tumblr.com and I’ll pic my favourite page of my sketchbook for each day and post for your viewing pleasure.
More Fantastic Four…
A christmas treat. A picture of me as the invisible (wo?)man from the fantastic four.
All will become, a bit, clearer soon…
Right! That’s it for now, I’m off to have a christmas holiday.
I’ll be back soon, stay warm and enjoy yourselves!
This mornings warm up doodle. in GIF form.
I made this leaving present/gig poster for a friend who is heading off to Australia.
Have fun out there!
So this is (probably) the last of this years Movember portraits, the full set will be viewable on my website soon, and they are also spread over the last few posts.
Each of the portraits was created for a minimum of a £10 donation to the Movember cause and were created in my spare time this month with 1-2 hours spent on each persons happy, furry, faces.
All together I raised £340, which contributed to a total on the Gallery of Mo site of over £7000.
Above you’ll see the ink-shaved chin of the brilliant comedian and presenter Adam Buxton who donated £100 before sending a very cross reference photo of his furry face. This has of course led to to revisit some old podcasts of the Adam and Joe Show which means that all subsequent portraits have “giggle wiggles” in the ink work.
Thanks to everyone who donated, I had a lot of fun working on my portraiture skills and doing some good with my otherwise fairly self serving inky hands.
More Gallery of Mo moustachioed portraits for your viewing pleasure. I find it hard to draw faces WITHOUT moustaches now.
10 more mo-traits from this years Gallery of Mo! Can you tell what I spent my free time doing this November?