Monthly Archives: October 2011

MY LATEST DRAWING


Rocks from the Garden of Eden 40 x 60 cm Prismacolor pencils on Canson pastel board I grabbed some time on Saturday and completed my latest drawing and my Glover entry for 2012. More about the latter next Saturday. The … Continue reading

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MY GLOVER DIARY : Update 7.


A section towards the middle of my 80 x 60 cm drawing… This time next week we will leave Cairns and work our way down the Eastern Australian coast. I don’t expect to have much time for any serious artwork, … Continue reading

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ROCKS FROM THE GARDEN OF EDEN: Update 2.


Yesterday was an art and craft day at Trinity Beach. Val worked on scrapbook pages 61 – 63, while I completed blocking-out my latest drawing of rocks from Darwin. My next task is to add the shadows so I can … Continue reading

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ROCKS FROM THE GARDEN OF EDEN: WIP


I have decided to do one more drawing before we leave Cairns, so it was inevitable that it would be one from my recent trip to Darwin. I can’t believe how stunning the rocks were that I photographed there. These … Continue reading

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CATARACT GORGE TRIPTYCH


The Cataract Gorge in Launceston, Tasmania, is one of Australia’s most stunning natural wonders. The Gorge’s close proximity to the city has resulted in thousands of visitors each year. This special place has been important to me and today I … Continue reading

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MY GLOVER DIARY: Update 6.


This view of my entry is of the top-left corner. The morning light is hitting the corner of the window. Another week has passed and I’m at the stage where I’m adding the finishing touches to my entry for next year’s … Continue reading

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ANALYSING AN IMAGE


I take lots of photos, to be honest it’s more like thousands than lots. Occasionally I like to analyse some of my photos. In other words, I like to look at parts of an image that I think are not … Continue reading

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