I’ve been absolutely up to my neck in the Draw The Line project (comic artists drawing positive political actions that anyone can take), but when Hourly Comic Day rolled around, I couldn’t bear the thought of not taking part. I’ve participated for the past three years, and the concept chimes very well with my tendencyContinue reading “My #HourlyComicDay 2017 in full”
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Last-minute Valentine’s cards
I was a bit pressed for time this Valentine’s day, so no massive, hand-crafted works of art from me. Fortunately, my nearest and dearest are forgiving recipients. A pair of cats, dashed off late at night, for my husband. The theme and composition kind of suggested itself, once I’d started doodling on the one sizeContinue reading “Last-minute Valentine’s cards”
Happy Birthday, Dude
Thanks to poor forward planning skills, our family suffers a quadruple whammy at this time of year. As soon as all the kerfuffle of Christmas and New Year is over, it’s our daughter’s birthday, and then, just a week later, my husband’s. I spent the first few days of the year creating a winter wonderlandContinue reading “Happy Birthday, Dude”
Resting husband, reading daughter
This is what bedtimes look like, these days.
Eating a Smartie
Slightly strange one, this, but I like the long thin format. Put that down to the cheap landscape sketchbooks in Tiger Stores.
Some kids are completely mesmerised when they see a screen. At first, I thought they must come from families where they aren’t allowed as much TV time as our daughter is (against my better judgement, I might say). But apprently not – it’s just that the screen makes them go like rabbits in headlights. Anyway,Continue reading “Classmates”