Tuesday, July 29, 2014
At the moment I am painting with brushes made from horsehair. It seems to suit it. - I'll need to dig out my lightbox so I can follow my roughs a bit more closely. This drawing was made free-hand on top of a rough colour sketch, which explains why the crocodile is skipping more than he usually would - I was following the jaunty watercolouring I'd put down first.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
|Photo by Laurel Turton|
"Whisper Down the Lane" was a fringe event at the Tete a Tete Opera festival that's running around Kings Cross at the moment.
"Do you believe everything you read? Can you verify the source of the information and how it was passed on? Can you follow the trail? Is it a spin? Is it rumour? Is it actually true?
Even the most trivial snippet of news, however manipulated or bona fide it may be, is promoted to a worthier level as soon as it is written down in black and white. Unlike the elusive spoken word, evaporating instantly and leaving behind only the memory of its sound and meaning, the printed word weighs heavier, lives longer and comes to be literature! It becomes the truth. But can you trust it?
Expect fun tongue twisting imbroglios and misconstrued iterations 'whispered' around Kings Cross."
|Photo by Claire Shovelton|
|Photo by Catherine Kontz|
Sunday, July 13, 2014
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Hey hey Hey!
There is an all-new all-free comics magazine for children. You can grab it at moosekidcomics.com .
It's stuffed with all sorts of amazingness, including an original strip by me called BEASTICLES about a cat and a tiger-dog who start an awesome band with a bad name.
Here's a preview, go download the magazine to read it all!
Monday, June 16, 2014
|Photo by Sarah McIntyre - check her big writeup on her blog!|