Of all the things I love, illustrating things with watercolour, pencil and ink is kinda my favourite. This page is a collection of watercolour and pencil illustrations from a variety of subject matter and events; all of which were experienced from life and then illustrated from memory and occasional photo aides.
Illustrated from photo of my feet and a coke can while waiting for a train at Poole station. 8” x 8” on canvas and sold in Allentown, USA.
Coloured Hand with Rings
From a #Sketchbreak challenge to draw the jewelry you are wearing. Drawn from life.
Abandoned Station Illustrations.
Sketches of abandoned stations on London’s Underground network. All drawn from a mixture of visits and photographs.
#Sketchbreak challenge to draw a Phone Box from Memory.
Close up of a fall still life on canvas. 8” x 8” and sold in Allentown, USA.
Aladdin and Once Upon A Christmas
Sketches from a work project to research the visual aspects of pantomime culture. Almost all done from memory.
Drawn from life. Watercolour on paper with sewn thread accents.
Spirited Bodies Work
Sketched from a life-drawing session, and coloured later.
A collection from a weekend trip to Salisbury.
The Red Robes and Venice
Sketches from a theatre outing to see Venice Preserv’d. All done from memory, as cameras were not allowed as part of the performance.
Egg Cup fold-out
Another illustration from a #Sketchbreak challenge – this one was to draw an object for an “Egg-Shaped World.”