The Sword & The Scroll 🗡
Air of Silence
Father & Son
Call Of The Wolf
The Struggle - European Marble Sculpture Drawing
A Moments Recovery - European Marble Sculpture
Almost There - European Marble Sculpture Drawing
A Storm Is Coming - European Marble Sculpture Drawing
European Marble Sculture Drawing - Day 5
European Marble Sculpture Drawing - Day 6
European Marble Sculpture Drawing - Day 7
European Marble Sculpture Drawing - Day 8
European Marble Sculpture Drawing - Day 9
'Neptune Calming The Waves - Lambert-Sigisbert Adam, Louvre Museum, Paris
'Watching Them Paint'
'Fishing Village Menino'
'Você Fala Inglês?'
'Vini De Vici'
'Copa Kid 2'
'Prometheus' - Marble Sculpture Drawing
Old Desert Folk
The Sword & The Scroll 🗡My pencil drawing of this interesting statue I saw on the exterior walls of a church in San Telmo area of Buenos Aires, Argentina. 🇦🇷
El FlamencoMy pencil drawing of one of the flamingos I saw in San Pedro De Atacama desert in northern Chile. I also did some watercolour & gouache plein air paintings of the Atacama Desert Landscape in Chile while I was cycling around alone, doing my own tour. That was an incredible experience. You can see my watercolour & gouache paintings on my paintings page.
Air of SilenceA little made up story for my latest travel sketch in Brazil, inspired by the original photo reference I took when exploring Yunnan Province, China, 2011. ‘The morning mist spread across the almost empty town. An air of silence fell upon every ear and passer by, only distance footsteps and shuffling of the animals in their barns could be heard. There was a mysterious and haunting atmosphere, which seemed to enclose around all of the old huts and houses that the once happy locals had occupied. Now, as if abandoned, signs of human life and homely love around these man made structures were absent, no family at home. Where had they gone? Surely not all had gone to work? Surely they still lived here? In rural China, it seemed these strange and precarious old buildings, naturally exuded this melancholy air of silence. And it was pervasive, it was all around, as if a sad memory had befallen the the area, forever etched into the structures and buildings that had once breathed life. What happened here?...
Father & SonHow much do you value quality family time? And what is it you like to do the most with them? 💚Father and son Brazilian familia I saw on the beach in Maceió, and later drew in my sketchbook.
Call Of The WolfOne of my first inspired pencil drawings of the wolf.
Unseen BattleMy graphite pencil drawing of character John Snow, from the Game of Thrones, ‘Battle of The Bastards’. I created a series of drawings and paintings inspired by the series. The first series I watched from start to finish.
The Struggle - European Marble Sculpture Drawing This is my second A5 pencil drawing of a series looking at my own photo reference of one of the marble sculpture statues inside the European section of the Louvre Museum in Paris.
A Moments Recovery - European Marble Sculpture I returned home to Brighton, England and rediscovered some of my photos from my second trip to the Louvre museum in Paris... This is a A5 drawing of mine that I made looking at my own photo reference of one of the marble sculpture statues which I came across when exploring the European section of the Louvre.
Almost There - European Marble Sculpture Drawing This is my third Louvre Museum marble sculpture drawing study of a European man. A5 pencil on paper.
A Storm Is Coming - European Marble Sculpture DrawingThis is my fourth Louvre museum pencil drawing. A5 Pencil on paper. I don’t think I chose the best photo reference out of my photos for this pencil/value study, the lighting on the sculpture didn’t really reveal much contrast on the form, as only a fraction of direct spotlight was hitting it. But I chose to study this particular sculpture more for the pose/foreshortening/emotion/expression which really stood out from the rest. I was also listening to one of Jordan Peterson’s most recent interviews, and in it he was talking about the psychological persona and shadow, the hero’s journey, life being a struggle and tragic... this particular sculpture I thought resonated quite well with what he was talking about, maybe that’s partly why I chose to draw it. So here is Day 4, another Louvre Museum marble sculpture drawing study.
European Marble Sculture Drawing - Day 5Day 5. A5 Pencil on paper. This was my day 5 in a row of marble sculpture drawings from the Louvre museum.
European Marble Sculpture Drawing - Day 6Day 6. A5 Pencil on paper. This was my day 6 drawing continuing on my daily practice after my trip to the Scottish highlands.
European Marble Sculpture Drawing - Day 7Day 7. A5 Pencil on paper. This is another drawing of mine looking at my own photo reference of one of the marble sculpture statues which I came across when exploring the the Louvre Museum in Paris.
European Marble Sculpture Drawing - Day 8A5 Pencil on paper. This is another daily practice A5 pencil drawing of mine looking at my own photo reference of one of the marble sculpture statues which I came across when exploring the the Louvre Museum in Paris.
European Marble Sculpture Drawing - Day 9Day 9.A5 Pencil on paper. I’m going to frame this one! My latest drawing for my ‘Louvre Collection’ of marble sculpture studies from the Paris Museum. 9 so far, one more to go to make 10.
'Neptune Calming The Waves - Lambert-Sigisbert Adam, Louvre Museum, Paris Day 10 A5 Pencil on paper. This was my final pencil drawing in Brighton from the series, completing 10 day’s of pencil drawing studies from the Louvre museum’s marble sculptures.I’ll be framing this along with Day 9.
'Lady P' ‘Lady P’ A5 Pencil on paper.This is my drawing of my niece Penelope which I drew on the plane to Rio De Janeiro from São Paulo, and finished in my hostel. I lost my eraser so had to leave some of the mistakes visible.
'Watching Them Paint' This guy was standing with his back against the wall, watching a local street artist and others paint and write on a wall in the Lapa/Central area of Rio. By the way he looked, I imagined him to be a local gangster.
'Fishing Village Menino' A5 Pencil on paper. My drawing of one of the local kids hanging around at the small fishing port village of Angra Dos Reis, on the way to Ilhe Grande.
'Você Fala Inglês?' A5 Pencil on paper. Sketch of a Brazilian girl which I started on the bus, and finished in the ‘Yellow Rock Hostel’ in Lençóis, Brazil.
'Copa Kid'A5 Pencil on paper. My drawing of a Brazilian kid standing in the shallow water, at Copacabana beach, Rio De Janeiro.
'Trindade Couple' A5 Pencil on paper. This is my drawing of a couple I saw by the beach in Trinidade, a very chilled, laid back bohemian town south of Rio.
'Vini De Vici'A5 Drawing on paper. This is my drawing of the Brazilian musician, Vini De Vici who I saw performing close to the top of the Escadaria do Selarón steps in Rio De Janeiro during the Rio Carnival... I was initially in Vini’s way as he wanted to set up at his spot, a few minutes later I listened to him perform and watched as he strummed his guitar with a chopstick!
'Copa Kid 2'My drawing of another Brazilian kid feeling the heat, standing by the shore at Copacabana Beach, Rio De Janeiro
'Prometheus' - Marble Sculpture Drawing This is my pencil drawing of the marble sculpture of the Greek Titan Prometheus. The original sculpture is from the Alte Nationalgalerie museum, Berlin, Germany, Europe.
Old Desert Folk Have you ever wondered what it must be like to live in the desert away from the city lights?Here in San Pedro you can step outside your bedroom at night, look up at the sky and on display is the stunning milky way galaxy and all of the shooting stars that leave you with a sense of wonder and awe with every single glance. During the day the heat is intense, but volcanos, canyons, crystal clear lagoons and a surprisingly large amount of greenery and wide range of colours inspires, uplifts and energises you. These are my drawings of some of the old locals of the past from San Pedro. ☀️
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