A while back I thought of doing a web cast of a large drawing then thought "at the rate you work people would fall asleep"! So a time lapse video was the next obvious choice. My nephew wanted a drawing of Harry Potter for his birthday so I thought two birds one stone. The following video was recorded over a five day period. You'll notice the T-shirt changes. Hope y'all enjoy.
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I did this drawing without actually seeing a potter movie. I was swept away in a tsunami of hype. I had decided to do something else but no matter how hard I tried Mr. Potter kept creeping into my head. Enough from me for now. Hope y'all enjoy the final movie.
As much as I like sketching this one nearly broke me. 30 hours of work and at times it felt like no end in sight. I enjoyed it so much I've considered doing a limited run of prints. 30 A4 and 30 A5. All prints will be accompanied with a certificate highlighting the print number. If anyone is interested I'm available at the email address listed below.
I was asked to do this one by my best mate Ken. Being an enthusiastic biker (scars and broken bones to prove it) it was obvious what he'd pick as a subject. It's not finished but close enough. The finished article? Well that's just for Ken.
While chatting one night to a pal on twitter I came up with an idea for a sketch. The pal in question has a thing for the American super hero Dare Devil. The plan was hatched and away I went. Downloaded a picture off the net and spent two evenings sketching away. Truly enjoyed it.
Summer 2008 and we have visitors over. We're all out in the garden watching Carmel and Ray's son Joe happily playing in the sun so I grab the camera to get some snaps. One picture in particular came out quite well.
Some months later I decided to do something I hadn't done since I was in school, sketch it. After getting all the materials together I gave it a go. This is the result.
To this day it's my favourite. Joe by the way is a special boy with special needs and has a special place in my heart.
Some time ago a friend approached me and ask would I do a sketch of his grand daughter. Of course I said yes. It was an honour in fact. Little did I know the picture in question already appeared on the cover of a slash solo album I'm told.
I'm sorry for the standard of the photo, it was some time ago.