Heres a peek out the window of the new London cable car, and a look at me making a single-line version of the view! I’ve got a new camera set up too which includes something almost like a camera stand. Its working a lot better than my previous video, for which the camera setup involved gaffer-taping my macbook to the desk at a worrying angle…
This week I was lucky to be one of the first people to ride on Londons new cable car, the Emirates Air Line. I loved it, and the cable car full of police men that went past us looked like they were enjoying it too 🙂 Here’s a single-line Air Line drawing, and stay tuned for a video later!
When I was little I used to listen to War of the Worlds while going to sleep. There was nothing scarier than when Earth succumbed to the Red Weed… well maybe the cry of the aliens “Oooooooo-lon!”
I’m reading a lot of post-apocalyptic scifi right now so I wanted to try a matching wax painting. The birds were a mistake, the birds should be radioactively barbecued by now. Maybe they are bird-shaped government drones looking for survivors…
Get it? Rush? Cos theres bullrushes? Oh fine, my word play is terrible. I’ll just go sit in the corner and try to find inner peace instead then shall I? :p
Chalk pastel sketch from The Ring of Brodgar, Orkney. I kept dropping my pastels in the heather, I was using heather coloured pastels so I was searching for awhile!
Sat on the pier, thinking. Ilford film negative with sharpie marker addition.
The Watch Stone and The Ring of Brodgar. I’m loving green wax highlights right now 🙂
A batch of thank you cards I made after my birthday. You might recognise some from previous posts! I’d really like to make things like this and sell them as a hobby in the future when I’m not so mega busy 🙂
“No buts! No son of mine is going to be seen with a Lindworm! Ugh, a Dragon without wings in the family? Out of the question!”
My 200th post! Thanks for reading 😀