Creative thoughts

It’s been an amazing weekend and with presentations to a huge crowd now under my belt I can concentrate on working on a few more drawings. This is a bit fu fu…..but it’s an idea I’m playing with and it wouldn’t be the finished drawing… I just need to do a number of things and…

Dear Diary.

It’s the beginning of another great adventure, not the least eating tortilla soup for breakfast… (that’s what I do on the road) Lots of preparation, careful decisions and a huge amount of work to share with a multitude. Put on the pink and orange clothes and venture forth for one heck of a busy day…

The flower.

This is just an idea… I’m not 100% happy with it… but it has potential. I don’t have time to add more images it’s going to be a hectic week… but I would love to see some of you try the technique.

Taking images for design.

I’ve not had much time to design over the past few days… but I will add a few images I took at Palo Duro Canyon the other day I look for colour and detail. From this image I can capture colour. The various greens and the purple and off white. I’m using a Sony A4500…

The Sheldrick Wildlife Park.

  There was a great deal of expectation from the crowd. Suddenly a small lone ¬†Rhino came wandering down the path came Maarifa. She strolled down quietly with her keeper walking behind her. Her story is below:-   Sadly I’ve just found out that she passed away on the 25th of March. Once fed, she…

Oh Dear.

Is it really two months since I’ve written a ¬†blog? In my defence, WordPress changed its format and I just didn’t have the time to spend working through the process because I was on the road for almost 3 months. My travels began on the 1st of January, through Morocco and on to Kenya, then…

Traveling to the Cape of Good Hope.

Notes from Yesterday. It’s early morning here in Cape town and the day is going to be busy. The mountain is grey still and when I finish this, it will be in bright sunshine. We drive on a very narrow road where hills rise to huge heights on the left. The ground drops hundreds of…

Innocence.

There is always one moment in childhood when the door opens and lets the future in.