Vietnam (outward)

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The junks that pantomime around Ha Long Bay are nevertheless quite beautiful. In ways, there are probably bits of genuine culture that will survive even in the most septic tourism conglomerations, because their… Continue reading

envoy, goboids.

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the little piscoid thing in the middle is the best study I could manage of a gobyesque fish in a freshwater pool just above the surf which is flooded with sea water somewhat… Continue reading

mullet enforcement

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Text asserts that police forces in the 1980’s were powered by mullets. To be honest, I’m not certain that officer even has a mullet. Below the mullet, some sort of (indistinct) benthic supergroup.… Continue reading

armour salesman

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sister’s hair and some more light tech. Armour salesman possibly inspired by Stark’s suit-in-a-briefcase technology, an excellent idea whichsoever way you look at any of that sentence.

X 52: the end of book X

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To freak the kids out, we’re going to put the last page first, and the first page last, and then when browsing it will be displayed in the correct order. Why I’m writing… Continue reading

end of IX

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Last page of sketches in IX. Finished over some good Winter pints with Narwhals. Thats all for book IX, which has “Dear Ocean” written on the spine, from that old Ocean strip from… Continue reading

surgical mask

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More sketches, concept for Christmas painting.

air port

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From the air. En route to Angleterre. The guys next to me was returning to E from Australia because his mother had died. So we watched Sherlock in mutual affirmative silence.

Cameron sketches

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From a great trip to the Cameron highlands. More Plectorhincus. Bottom right is Sherlock, drawn on the plane to E.

more vikings

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They’re not really vikings though, are they. SNG was wrapping up around here.

Giant Black Squirrel

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Thai sketches

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Top right hand side is a puzzle myself and the Captain struggled with for a good two and a half hours, for the honour of our country. We ordered lunch in a wayside… Continue reading

kwey teow & teh tarek

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I’ve always liked city-busses, I think they deserve more of  a look in. This guy was going to be called gridlock, and have an interest in getting civies the frack out of dodge.… Continue reading

more bike, spaces

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notebook/bikes

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Sketches for a header I was asked about, sketches for the cover of field notebook.

close it close it close it close it

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Temple, China Town.  Same stroll as the page with the deer. Nice kampong cafe.

New Year Dump

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It commences. But how can? Finish the skchbk I’ve been showing first, then we’ll do the next one. Caution: continuity disruptions ahead. Sketches from a walk I went on, above Chinatown. My SNG… Continue reading

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

brief update

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guess what i connected the printscanner expect more now that I can

deerseeds

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erabodeh join’in

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Some guy on /ic/ had decided he wanted to become an artist, but that all he wanted to draw were bears, preferably drinking tea with monocles. We agreed, he had his life sorted… Continue reading

mentor walker / forgotten study

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Small reference in this which will become slightly more explicable in a bit. Only 9 pages left now.

fat pen / 15 albums

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More late nighting.

holothuroidea

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A late Melina night. The tubefeet (ambulacral system) of the Echinoderms is only known to have evolved once, as compared to the eye, which has evolved ~40 times independently. Detail at mid-bottom, beneath… Continue reading