From the Clay Archives

I am fascinated by how different materials 'teach' us different things (i.e. limits, handling, structure, depth and so on...)  and how, despite materials and processes being different from one another, something gained from working with one material often provides inspirational clues and solutions when working in an entirely different medium. In this post I thought it would be fun to share photos from when I used to work in clay...

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Drawing with Rapidograph pens

I thought I'd post the first two drawings done with my new rOtring Rapidograph pens - you can read more about them (and what technical drawing pens are) in this…

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Rebinding a Sketchbook

Upgrading Sketchbook Project My 2013 Sketchbook is now sailing across the sea to the Brooklyn Art Library at the Art House Co-op... Before I post the drawings, here's a little…

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Every Doctor Who fan needs a TARDIS

One side-effect of watching re-runs of Doctor Who ... is that these wonderfully enticing stories have a tendency to draw you in and spit you out in a galaxy where anything…

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Four versions

An illustration can take on a completely different look and feel depending on what you do with it. I've had a little play around with a drawing I did of…

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