There are some issues with this image, the people in the foreground might be a bit large, and the vehicles on the right might be a bit small. However I really enjoyed making this picture. Used Bristol board sketchpad, Pigma Micron 03 pen, Kuretake brush pen, Pentel water brush and my pocket watercolour set. IContinue reading “High Street, Wells, Somerset”
I realised that I haven’t been putting recent drawings on here. This one was done with Kuretake ink pen, Rotring art pen, sumi-e ink on Bristol Board. It’s the view from my office overlooking the hotel opposite.
Wow, what a great location for a gig.
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Whilst being ill yesterday and hiding under a duvet I did a sketch in the sketchbook of all the items on my mantlepiece. Used a Prisma Micron 03 pen, my Lamy Safari fountain pen loaded with Kuretake sumi-e ink, watercolour and a Seawhite sketch book. This book accepts watercolour better than the Moleskine books, whichContinue reading “Whilst being ill yesterday and hiding under a…”
You cant save the world with acerbic tweets. Or ironic tweets. Or scarcastic tweets. Or any tweet. Or blog posts. But using words you can change minds and in doing so possibly change the future.
You can’t get to the moon by piling up chairs. Or by climbing a succession of higher trees. You won’t achieve your goal by just doing the same things you e always done just by working faster, or more efficiently. Those things might be good, but they aren’t the way to achieve big things. BigContinue reading “Piling up chairs”
https://blog.fugue.co/2015-11-11-guide-to-emacs.html There have always been certain industries and professions where people have used specialist tools, particularly tools that they can customise and even rebuild when the standard isn’t enough. Specialist tools require practice and skill to use, they need some commitment from the user. Emacs demands it. But Emacs with Org Mode is such aContinue reading “A CEOs guide to Emacs”
It’s proper windy outside, with the wind sounding like it does in the movies. I’m worried about the things blowing past. This is also the second night in a row of no sleep too for me, I’m going to be so tired tomorrow. This bling about getting up and doing some work. Happy winds day.