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COLORED PENCIL MAGAZINE


I have an article in the current edition of COLORED PENCIL, a monthly magazine produced in the US. I am impressed with the quality of the magazine and hope that my  4 page contribution will be of interest to their … Continue reading

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MORE DIGITAL ART


During the week I featured an image that was derived from a photo I took of an old galvanised tank near the Herberton Mining Museum in Far North Queensland. Today’s images are from the same photo, but are very different … Continue reading

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COLOURED PAPERS (SUPPORTS)


TOP: The South Esk River at Conroy’s Gap, drawn on yellow ochre coloured printmaking paper. MIDDLE: Early Morning at Conroy’s Gap, drawn on terracotta coloured paper. BOTTOM: The North Esk at Corra Linn, drawn on beige coloured paper. Three different … Continue reading

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LAST SUPPER: UPDATE 2.


My latest drawing Last Supper, is taking shape. Once I have covered the entire pastel board with coloured pencil, I can then concentrate on getting the required tonal range and adding the textures and marks that this room contains. This … Continue reading

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MORE ON SHADOWS


Despite their two-dimensional qualities, shadows can give mood and at times, the illusion of depth to paintings. Today’s featured drawings are: TOP: Coles Bay MIDDLE: Lake King William BOTTOM: Tatlow’s Beach, Stanley Each of these drawings feature a shadow ‘wall’, … Continue reading

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ADDING DETAIL


I have started to add the required detail to my latest drawing, that of pumpkin seeds. It’s quite a laborious job because one needs to work with each seed on an individual basis. It’s surprising how many tonal variations there … Continue reading

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MOOD SWINGS: PAULINE WINWOOD


Camping Lakeside, a watercolour is a fine example of the skill of Pauline Winwood. There is no ‘fuss’ about this painting, no complicated layers. It has a ‘grainy’ look and is full of abstraction and mood. As you stand before … Continue reading

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