Thursday, 29 July 2010


I was a bit preoccupied with other things this week, so I didn't spend much time on this, and I'm not sure I should put it here since it's so silly.  I folded some paper in half and cut out a picture of Golyadkin from The Double by Dostoyevsky.  He's walking along a river and thinks he is being watched.  I haven't finished the story yet.  Actually this is as far as I got (about page 50).  

I didn't wait long enough before I folded it though, so the paint wasn't dry and it stuck together and is not very good.  Then I got glue all over my fingers while I was sticking waves on it.

Sunday, 18 July 2010


I wasn't very creative with my interpretation.  I just drew what was in front of me at breakfast.  I'm trying to use up all my least-favourite coloured pencils.

Tuesday, 6 July 2010


The neat thing about this topic is that anything can be giant.

Thursday, 1 July 2010


The Illustration Friday word this week is satellite. It made me think of this year's winning Eurovision song, sung by Lena Meyer-Landrut. So I tried to draw her as a satellite.