Looking out over the dunes on that sunny day. It was simply marvellous. The dunes shone like gold. For this drawing I thought I’d try the curvilinear perspective on this one but it really doesn’t read as such. I’ll have
We were away last week, my friends, taking a much-needed short break up at the North Sea Coast. The weather was partially atrocious, at which time we sat inside with books, and it was partially wonderful, which was when we
So this guy here is probably the first thing you will see when you leave the main train station in Hanover (I have gestured at the building in the background). The equestrian statue itself depicts king Ernst August I. who
Dear friends, I haven’t been able to post as regularly as I normally do this week. I have been rather preoccupied organising my new ideas using OneNote (which I like – but something analogue like a vision board might also
We were in Hamburg last week and had lunch in a rustic little restaurant on the water. Going back up to the street afterwards I saw a spectacular light display: a group of people deep in the shadows and dramatic
…in the shadows – ehm no, on the train. Two examples in watercolours!
I had tons of fun the other night whilst talking to my friend!
Last night on the train home; an expert knitter is sitting near me. Even though she is moving her hands constantly it’s easy to sketch her as the movements are repetitive.
While you’re reading this, I’m most likely sitting on the train to or from work glancing cursorily at other people who are probably also commuters. I do that a lot these days. I’ve been commuting since 2013, and although I
This past Sunday I went to church alone which I hardly ever do but circumstances called for it. The sermon was wonderful and I managed to squeeze in a tiny little sketch of our pastor. He doesn’t actually look like