Saturday, February 28, 2009

'nother babe 'bot

One more - a party 'bot this time. Feel free to check out the growing inventory at my etsy shop (click on the link on the right).

Friday, February 27, 2009

babe 'bot

An ink drawing of a 'female' robot. Not sure whether to colour or not - will shade at the very least. It will eventually end up in my etsy shop as an ACEO.

Have decided to add colour!

Wednesday, February 25, 2009


Another ACEO -'Parkour' (free running). A pencil,ink and watercolour sketch. In my esty shop now - along with more Robotz.

Monday, February 23, 2009

more robotz

Some more robot sketches - robotz. Will do some of these in 'best' and put into my etsy shop - after I've marked the books, filled in the target sheets and attended a parent/teacher meeting!

Saturday, February 21, 2009

more aceo's

Have just completed some more aceo's - due to be listed in my etsy shop shortly.

They are on heavyweight paper (taken from a Moleskine) and done using pencil, pen and watercolour.

Friday, February 20, 2009


Have made the decision to reopen my etsy shop. So this week (half term) have been playing around with picture ideas - should probably have been catching up with paperwork, but hey!. Am more than likely going to start off by listing some ACEOs I've been drawing.

Pen & pencil - doesn't show up to it's best - might re-scan it for the shop page.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

more ovalz

More quick sketches pasted into my notebook. Coloured with pencil crayons. Must try and create some 'finished' pieces, tho' am enjoying the simplicity and spontaneity of these quick doodles.

Saturday, February 7, 2009

robot ovalz

Have re-christened the current sketches - they're now known as ovalz - sort of ties in with the z-ness of the rest of most of my stuff.

Robots -simple, unpretentious ( and easy to draw!).

Tuesday, February 3, 2009


Not much happening creative-wise this week in school - it's assessment week (aarrgh!). So thought I 'd upload a few sketches. I call them 'ovalteenies' 'cos they're drawn from truncated (?) ovals and not because of their liking for a certain beverage. I'm unsure whether to collage or simply paint them, or in fact do both (you daredevil you) and create mixed media pics. Have explored a whole range of images - I like the simple, almost abstract results. Might do some on square canvases and put in my long defunct etsy store - after I've marked those tests of course!!