Posts Tagged ‘girl’

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456. Girl Sitting On A Rock With A Skull And Knife

July 18, 2011

Ball point pen on A4 photocopier paper, 23 February 2011.

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429. This Could Be Construed As Romantic

February 14, 2011

Faber-Castell pencil on paper, January 2011.

Happy Valentine’s Day?

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428. Uncertain Footwear

February 12, 2011

Ballpoint pen on notepaper, January 2011.

The writing at the bottom says, “What kind of shoes would Death wear?”

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422. Diary of a swamp monster

November 24, 2010

Pen on notepaper, November 24 2010.

Another sketch from a quick study break. Click on the image to enlarge.

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388. Ummm

October 8, 2009

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Pencil on paper, April 2008.

I think this is more of a concept piece than a finished artwork! It was just some mucking around with my pencils!

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371. Pencil Girl Sketch

August 13, 2009

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Graphite pencil on paper, July 2009.

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353. Girl Sketch

June 6, 2009

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347. Grrrl

May 20, 2009

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Watercolour pastel on paper, December 2008.

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332. Felt Tip Marker And Crayon

April 24, 2009

20081230-scanart-flokot-9Felt tip marker and crayon on pink tinted paper, December 2008.

something completely different…

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331. Pen Girl Sketch

April 20, 2009

20081216-brownbook-dec7Fine liner pen on paper, December 2008.

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330. Pencil Girl Sketch

April 17, 2009

20081216-brownbook-dec61Pencil on paper, December 2008.

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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!

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

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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!

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314. Girl

January 14, 2009

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Graphite pencil on paper, December 2008.

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308. Lady Wearing Less Than I Would In Public

December 19, 2008

20081216-brownbook-dec2Pencil on paper, December 2008.

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291. Elfish Girl In Coloured Beeswax

September 22, 2008

Tinted beeswax crayon and graphite pencil on lined notepaper, August 2008.

Sometimes art is more fun when I just grab a notebook and start drawing. This came after a raid on my children’s pencil case. I have noticed a definite hint of Ancient Egyptian influence on the style of drawing I employ, with the person in profile, yet having a distored perspective as the eye is viewed front-on. Well, I can see this, even if no one else can!

I find Egyptian culture fascinating. Earlier this year I read a really interesting book, Unwrapping the Pharaohs, which offers an interesting possible harmonisation of Ancient Egyptian archaeology with that of the Ancient Hebrews. It’s written by Australian* authors John Ashton and David Down, and you kind find out more information at the publisher’s website. Click here for more information. I bought my copy from Koorong Books in Australia.

*That is, I’m reasonably certain they are Australian!

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271. The Skinny Girl Lost Somewhere Within My Body

July 7, 2008
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Graphite pencil on paper, August 2008.

This was drawn at a time when I was quite ill, and the medication caused significant weight increases. It was an awful time, and I hope I don’t experience anything like that again. There was a time when my figure was not far off the body shape of the girl in this drawing, so it was something of a shock to have such rapid weight gain, when, aside from pregnancy, I had never experienced that before. Sigh!

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260. Girl And Antelope

June 12, 2008

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Pen on paper, March 2008.

I have no idea what this represents or why I drew it. I just wanted to draw something a little weird, that’s all.

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257. Monster Girl

June 9, 2008

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Pencil on paper, April 2008.

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247. Girl

May 27, 2008

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Felt tip marker and pen on paper, 2008.

Exploring other self-perceptions…?

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240. Desperate Quest For Beauty

May 18, 2008

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Pen and pencil on yellow journal paper, April 2008.

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