Posts Tagged ‘colours’


403. Bat in colourful night-time

March 10, 2010

2009, felt tip marker on paper.

I like bats, and I like the night. I like the bright colours of felt tip markers.




368. Fat Cat With Spots

July 27, 2009


Coloured pencil on paper, February / March 2009.


349. Something Sketchy

May 29, 2009


Watercolour pencil on paper, 2008.

Ok, I’m pretty sure this one is watercolour pencil. It was so long ago, I can’t quite remember it… Pencils dipped in water, rather than drawing then painting over them witha paintbrush.


T-Shirts For Sale

March 5, 2009

Here’s some of my t-shirt designs that can be found at my Bubblesite. All of them start out as hand drawn illustrations – whether using marker, ink liner, or coloured pencil. The images are then scanned and cleaned, before being turned into redbubble t-shirt templates. According to the RedBubble t-shirt information:

“T-Shirts are made with 100% cotton American Apparel fabric, and are available in cuts to suit men and women.”

You can choose alternative colours for most of the shirts. If you’re after unique t-shirts with designs by an Aussie artist, I hope you’ll give these a go!



This giraffe t-shirt has been by far the most popular design I have on offer.




This dinosaur t-shirt is a reflection of my not so secret wish that I had a pet dinosaur… Turns out they’re hard to find, though!


320. Multi Coloured Kangaroo

March 2, 2009

20081230-scanart-flokot-14Felt tip marker on blue tinted paper, 2008-ish.

It’s about time I drew some Aussie animals. No, we don’t actually ride around on kangaroos here, but where I grew up it wasn’t unusual to see a paddock full of grazing roos.


319. Trotting Horse On Red Paper

February 23, 2009

20081230-scanart-flokot-15Felt tip marker on paper, 2008.

I was spending an evening just practising quick sketching and – as usual – the horse theme happened. I was trying to do something different from my usual attempts at remotely reaslistic Arabian Horse faces… I like the freedom and simplicity of line sketches made using humble children’s felt tip markers.


318. Colourful Horse

February 16, 2009


Watercolour pencil, ink liner and coloured pencil on paper, A7 (yes, that’s right, A7!) watercolour paper, 2008.

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