The nightmare city.

Pens, watercolour

The nightmare city.

Pens, watercolour


Another colour mandala

Pens

Another colour mandala

Pens


Purpley Mandala
Pens

Purpley Mandala

Pens


Multicoloured Mandala
Pens

Multicoloured Mandala

Pens


Oil paint

Oil paint


A mandala for my brother.
You can see pen marks because my pens are increasingly on their last legs.
Pen

A mandala for my brother.

You can see pen marks because my pens are increasingly on their last legs.

Pen


Mandala doodling with instant coffee and a paintbrush.

Mandala doodling with instant coffee and a paintbrush.


Stars and Elephants, two of my favourite things.

Watercolour, marker, pen.

Stars and Elephants, two of my favourite things.

Watercolour, marker, pen.


Another dictionary piece. E is for Eerie.
Watercolour, pen.

Another dictionary piece. E is for Eerie.

Watercolour, pen.


Sometimes we take our monsters with us.
Pen, watercolour.

Sometimes we take our monsters with us.

Pen, watercolour.


Pens, pencil, tea.

Pens, pencil, tea.


Mandala doodling.
Pens.

Mandala doodling.

Pens.


I love L.S Lowry’s “Head of a Man with Red Eyes” (there are only two self-portraits by Lowry, both similar, the one I am talking about is the earlier of the two). I saw it for the very first time in the height of my depression, and it really spoke to me. It captured the way I felt (and even the way I looked) at the time, and every time I see it, I feel such an affinity with it. I’ve copied it a number of times at changing, turbulent periods of my life and this is the most recent. 
I can’t really explain what exactly it is that Lowry’s portrait says to me, but seeing it at the right place and at the right time really solidified it as one of my favourite portraits of all time.
Oil, pen.

I love L.S Lowry’s “Head of a Man with Red Eyes” (there are only two self-portraits by Lowry, both similar, the one I am talking about is the earlier of the two). I saw it for the very first time in the height of my depression, and it really spoke to me. It captured the way I felt (and even the way I looked) at the time, and every time I see it, I feel such an affinity with it. I’ve copied it a number of times at changing, turbulent periods of my life and this is the most recent. 

I can’t really explain what exactly it is that Lowry’s portrait says to me, but seeing it at the right place and at the right time really solidified it as one of my favourite portraits of all time.

Oil, pen.


One of my housemates has asked me to doodle some ideas for a Sri Lanka themed tattoo, this is my first doodle. Inspired by the Perahera, a Buddhist festival held in Sri Lanka featuring lots of elephants and amazing costumes. The outline is a map of the island, the ‘pearl of Asia’.Pens, watercolours, gold oil paint. 

One of my housemates has asked me to doodle some ideas for a Sri Lanka themed tattoo, this is my first doodle. Inspired by the Perahera, a Buddhist festival held in Sri Lanka featuring lots of elephants and amazing costumes. The outline is a map of the island, the ‘pearl of Asia’.

Pens, watercolours, gold oil paint. 


Normal elephant doodling has resumed. A floral one this time.
Pens

Normal elephant doodling has resumed. A floral one this time.

Pens