Category Archive: Loose

, we don’t forget

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  Did you see that last post, where the words “it’s a drawing, a day, of anything. Draw-count increments upways in a biweekly manner” somehow allowed themselves to be written? Cue diatribe, prime vasodilators left… Continue reading

a.m. I right

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In a move that is nothing at all to do with NY’16, it’s a drawing, a day, of anything. Draw-count increments upways in a biweekly manner. Tonight catches up the last three days.

Do a shop

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“Do you keep [this blog] up to date?” Do I what.

Two can play that game

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Dilaphosaurus: choose to believe.

The thing about the Triassic is it always tries walking it in

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Hey watch it Buddy

Heart Cooks Brain

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Heart Cooks Brain. Heartmonculous! Fighting a Cerebrosuit! Themselves at the mercy of larger malevolencies. Design for a mightywallet. Also, I love brown paper, so the inside is:   If you’ve been wondering what… Continue reading

VETERAN

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VETERAN Print fidelity, yak yak. Small prints are much easier. Also available in

Steward

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Steward Print is an interesting and unsettling process, largely because on leaving a world of familiar and perfect replicas, encountered on a minute-to-minute, day-by-day basis, your mother enters a world where nothing can… Continue reading

Happy Birthday Mum

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To a most excellent lady. [ex:]

Pencil It In : BALLS – a study.

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Class 4: Interior of the Glucksman Gallery, University College Cork. Y axis is all wrong, but at least you can tell what it is. 20 minutes, charcoal, pencil, chalk. You know what’s difficult?… Continue reading

Pencil It In : Transparencies

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Glass is a fantastic, perfect material. Detail from 20 minute chalk study.

House Devost kobold

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The Mk.i kobold (house shrine) for House Devost. Original sketches for this are at the end of Vol.XII, and were significantly more ornate: this guy was just within my means as it was,… Continue reading

Pencil it in : life drawing.

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We started doing Pencil It In at the Glucksman. Although technically the title is “Pencil It In: Lunchtime drawing classes at the Glucksman”, it’s usually followed by breakfast. It’s fantastic. Class 4: life… Continue reading

I want to see mantas again Gandalf, MANTAS.

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Dream from last night. The manta ray (Manta birostris, Manta alfredi) is probably the most bizarre looking vertebrate.

SKCHBK finally started that collaborative sketchbook

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About three years ago I had a conversations with Æ wherein he showed me collaborative sketchbooks online: it was such a great idea that I went out and bought a book to collaborate… Continue reading

within reach

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rec’ commons

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Apologies for the low quality. Mural for Barefoot Breweries recreational room. It’s a lion. Colours are a mere month away.

ACTIVATE

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New Sketchbook Day BDSE

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BONUS Double Sketchbook Edition I know, I did not draw that and it is an image. I finished my two current sketchbooks shortly after returning from SNG, which means fresh white meat; one… Continue reading

Bears

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I had an idea last Christmas for a story involving bears, and this is what happened a few days ago. I really like it, but did you know: this carry on is so… Continue reading