Monday, 20 October 2014

Sunday, 19 October 2014

#DailyDoodle no.32 Bath at Midnight from Alexandra Park

Hello... I've been away for a while but I've started drawing again. So I'll be doing posting a DailyDoodle every day. I originally started doing these for Twitter, just to see if they worked and if I could keep them up, which is why I'm up to 32.

Sunday, 28 October 2012

St Michael's Church looking up to St Stephen's, Bath

Another picture featuring St Stephen's church on the horizon. This view looks down the beginning of Walcot Street. Once a hub for artists and artisans in Georgian Bath, Walcot is a street with an unorthodox nature.

St Michael's Church (above)

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Looking up Lansdown Hill, Bath

Part of the view from the bedroom window at the back of the flat. 
I did the this drawing from a photograph. Drawing from life involves having to find a spot to get the view from, which for this picture would have meant hanging out of the window. 

...and with colour. 

Saturday, 25 September 2010

A Digger called Larry

These diggers and dumpers are all made with pearlescent inks on MDF blocks. I plan to do quite a few of these and place them into sets of vehicles. Also decided to give each vehicle a name.

ROLAND (above) a local Bath dumper truck

LARRY a Milsom St digger

FLOYD a notorious local digger

TIGER near the old hospital

Friday, 17 September 2010

Diggers and Dumper Trucks

Here is the beginning of a heavy machinery series. All the diggers and dumper trucks were spotted locally. The images are painted as usual on MDF using inks.

Digger (above) on the Bristol Rd, Bath

Dumper Truck (above) on the London Rd, Bath.
The greens above the truck have become fainter in this image.

Diggers (above) on the London Rd, Bath

Dumper Truck (above) on the Bristol Rd, Bath