Changing Views – a look at interiors and multi perspective

An interesting concept is the fact that even though we perceive and accept the object we see in front of us as recognisable things, a plant pot, your friend, a building etc, Β it’s usually only when you try and draw something in extreme perspective, close up, or from different angles, that you realise just how different the object looks. Sometimes even unrecognisable. There are a … Continue reading Changing Views – a look at interiors and multi perspective

Home Made Sketchbooks, (step by step) with coptic binding.

Being my first attempt at this, please don’t laugh or poke fun! Just thought it might be helpful for reference if anyone is interested. Not only was it great fun to do, but I found myself being more creative on the pages as well as making the book. There was something about the personalised colours and textures of the random sized pages that got my … Continue reading Home Made Sketchbooks, (step by step) with coptic binding.

The (Un)Whole picture (in progress)

Exposing the scaffold. There is something about a finished picture that to me seems….well, unfinished. Not in its completeness, but in its capacity. A building may look impressive, but the appreciation of the fundamental skill that was involved in the whole process is lost in obscurity, covered by a gleaming exterior, poor Wren collecting all his thoughts and experiences of life to erect his domes, … Continue reading The (Un)Whole picture (in progress)