My friend Hannah and I decided to try out some stop motion animation with my vast collection of Lego. Our initial ideas were very ambitious, but we quickly scaled back in favour of figuring out how it even worked. This meant turning things into skeletons!
Find out more about the project here. Keep up to date daily via my Instargam. 100 Days Complete Alright alright alright! Gosh darn every one of you that requested this one 😜 impossible with the size and time constraints. But I do agree it had to be done, albeit simplified. THANK YOU to everyone who […]
A two hour sketch comprised of pencil, fineliner pen, markers, white gel pen and watercolour pencil.
My fun new years resolution was delayed this year, but I am very happy I can finally start sharing it with you. In the run up to Christmas I got my hands on a Wreck This Journal. These books are very popular on the internet at the moment, and serve as an invitation for you […]
Haven’t done a terrible ticket doodle for a while. Here is my @paulpanfergrams one. The GLive logo melted into the markers—ticket surfaces are so unpredictable.
A few days ago I shared a work-in-progress shot of a drawing. I watched one of my favourite movies (Girl Interrupted) and was inspired by an image of Ryder and Jolie that I’d found on Pinterest. This is it, sort of finished. Finished to the point where I’m tired of it, anyway. I’m still not […]
We wanted to do something messy, and I had an idea. I’d been doing some “blind contour drawings” and suggested we try it with paint. Essentially, you’re drawing without looking at the paper. You can look at what you’re drawing, you just can’t see what you’re doing. A thousand times harder with paint, but so […]
One of my friends gave me a kaleidoscope making kit for Christmas. One of the great things about it is being able to put whatever you like in it to see what happens. Hannah and I experimented with beads, jewellery and random objects we had laying around. A lot of awesome photos after the jump!
An evening spent practising drawing lips, and revisiting oil pastel.
Going with an autumnal theme, we collected some leaves from the park, covered them with paint and experimented with printing them on coloured paper.
What would Halloween be without pumpkins? Hannah hadn’t carved a pumpkin before, and it had been ages since I’d done one. It turned out to be a lot of fun. Messy, but fun!