“Personal work”

Here are some bits and bobs that I’ve been doing in my free time…

First of all, I’ve been having a bit of an obsession with Jane Davenport’s (http://janedavenport.com) girls, which is now kind of coming to an end. Here is some work that I’ve done during that period:

 

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This was an actual step-by-step video tutorial—isn’t she adorable!
Ignore the black weird things next to her eyes—I was just trying to cover the fact that one ear is higher than the other…
Ignore the black weird things next to her eyes—I was just trying to cover the fact that one ear is higher than the other… I have thought of much better ways of doing eventually, but it was too late.
Work in progress, this is how it starts.
Work in progress, this is how it starts.
Trying to do an angle.
Trying to do an angle.
Recent addition—seems like I'm getting out of practice.
Recent addition—seems like I’m getting out of practice.

I’ve also tried to do a few sketches inspired by fashion designers— trying to learn to draw different postures.

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Here are some of my abstract wild colour experiments…

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Then some very simple sketch of my memory of our Cuban holiday last summer:

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The ones at the top are sketches for a lino print, which is something that I've been into recently. Bottom right—screen printing Damian during the long health & safety talk.
The ones at the top are sketches for a lino print, which is something that I’ve been into recently. Bottom right—screen printing Damian during the long health & safety talk.
More lino print ideas.
More lino print ideas.
Organic stencil ideas at the bottom.
Organic stencil ideas at the bottom.
A stencil-to-be.
A stencil-to-be.
This looks a bit ridiculous as a drawing, but I think it will work as a stencil.
This looks a bit ridiculous as a drawing, but I think it will work as a stencil.

And the last one for now…

My recent bedtime drawing.
My recent bedtime drawing.

Well, that’s it. The feature image is probably my favourite, which one is yours?

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