Barney at Uphill.
In part one I showed you how to lay down the first layer of the painting using watered down paint, this layer is often called the ‘tea’ or ‘coffee’ layer and should be thought of as the consistency of a cordial – very thin with lots of water. These first layers always look too darkContinue reading “STARTED A NEW WATERCOLOUR: SUNSET IN BEDMINSTER PART TWO”
Do you like the stuff I produce? Do you ever think “I wish I could paint/draw like that?” Well, I am here to help you. Become a patron over at Patreon.com and I will soon be releasing support videos and online sessions to help you to release your creative potential. My Patreon page is at:Continue reading “Become a patron”
Amazing use of Emacs and Org mode in a bakery. A personal computer being used fully here in an integrated fashion rather than trying to shoehorn it all into a spreadsheet + word documents or something. https://bofh.org.uk/2019/02/25/baking-with-emacs/
The Babylonians were better at mathematics than us. They used a number system based on 60 and not 10, which gave them the ability to do multiplication and division much more accurately than we can. They managed trigonometry 1000 years before the Greeks. The clay tablet called Plimpton 322 is discussed in the YouTube vid.
On bristol board with hand ground sumi-e ink.
Scraperboard style drawing done using graphics tablet and sketchbook pro.
I’ve had this blog for a couple of years now and haven’t done anything with it really. Maybe it’s time for a new blog or a blog elsewhere? I’m going to stick with this blog as a place to post images, but will probably start a new blog elsewhere for ramblings and stuff that mightContinue reading “New year, new blog?”
I’ve started making some drawings using a Pentel brush pen in various small sketchbooks (the above image is in my small Moleskine). I really don’t mind that they’re wobbly and sometimes leave things out or change perspective a bit. It’s an experiment to see where this goes. Im really liking the aesthetic so will continueContinue reading “Wobbly brush pen drawings”