Monday, 26 October 2009

this is another etching I did in the studio at Grand Parade. 

a few drapey things drawn with 0.05

etching of my own arm. 

Laith McGregor, this is a drawing done in blue biro that I got to see at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. It's cool because biro is hardly ever used in drawing, especially not blue. It almost reminds me of when on playing cards you get the king or jack who is upside down and they both join up in the middle like some sort of siamese twin. Love it. Look at more of his stuff he's SHITHOT

Sunday, 25 October 2009

MY FIRST STAINED GLASS WINDOW. My dad is very talented with stuff to do with making and houses combined, and is handy with a glass cutter. So he is teaching me to do stained glass. Technically what I've done isn't 'stained' glass because it's only clear. But I'm a beginner so have to use the cheap stuff first till I can do amazing and beautiful things..then I can move on to the old reds and yellows. The photograph dusne do it justice.

here is a face that sort of revealed itself when I was drawing some scrunched up knickers that were on the floor of my room (they were there so I thought, why not) I added the eyes, nostrils and tongue after I'd realised. !

These are drawings by Sarah McNeil, she draws cutey  animals and also little girls with neat haircuts, with really sharp pencils. I really like them.
his body looks like a Faberge egg!