People and the way they appear. Some drawings of actual people: birthday recognition project that was abandoned, flesh-cockpit in trusty boardies and augmented forearms, more Barefoot plans.
back to the zoo, Night Safari.
Back to SNG Zoo! The Zoo is endlessly fascinating. People and animals and those are both the same thing. I understand on a basic level the importance of zoos (i.e. no literature read)… Continue reading
Dream from last night. The manta ray (Manta birostris, Manta alfredi) is probably the most bizarre looking vertebrate.
A good guy called Gregg (Barefoot Breweries) and I finished this a while ago, and I’m quite happy with it. The trees in the top left will be continued by Mr. Gregg as… Continue reading
Sketches from public transport, and one of a cohabitant, which was to be the first in a series, cue familair story.
My progenitors came to the SNG, so I showed them my appreciation in the Zoo by walking very very slowly while I sketched. I really enjoyed drawing at the Zoo.
Working out what fish ladies would look like, because I find them incredibly erotic, yes. Also, lazy sketch of Ha Long cliff faces (Ha Long indescribable): it was incredibly hot. Also, Ang, while… Continue reading
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
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
They’re not really vikings though, are they. SNG was wrapping up around here.
Sketches for a header I was asked about, sketches for the cover of field notebook.
Part of working through it was getting out of the house; part of getting out of the house was getting rained on consistently, realising I had no rail pass, riding in a circle… Continue reading