Monthly Archives: July 2012

A spot of rain…

So, this week I have been fiendishly busy, finishing off various pieces before I depart for the Anglia Ruskin Children’s Book Illustration Summer School next weekend (woohooo! Outrageously excited – and a little nervous – at the prospect), and putting … Continue reading

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Hello summer!!!

Yes, parents of young children the length and breadth of the British Isles are weeping tears of relief, for the thunderous grey cloud bank – under which we have been cowering, up to our armpits in filthy rainwater (for which … Continue reading

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‘Adorable’ art…

Several months ago (March, as I recall – just ahead of my departure for Bologna…) I was contacted by someone introducing me to their really-quite-brilliant art project and enquiring as to whether I’d like to participate by contributing a piece: … Continue reading

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All is not (quite) lost…

I’m afraid I have to admit to this week’s Illustration Friday submission being a bit of a cheat: I was working on a selection of black and white (linear) cartoon-esque illustrations for a soon-to-be-published non-fiction title – authored by David … Continue reading

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Refreshment, in defiance of the hosepipe ban

Another mere sketch this week, I’m afraid, for another essential component of the Great British Summer has materialised this week – with a vengeance: I am struck down by the dreaded lurgy – operating from beneath a veritable blizzard of … Continue reading

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