Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Charles Darwin Thread Sketch pt. 1

Part one of the Charles Darwin embroidery I worked on last week, after seeing the exhibition at the Fitzwilliam in Cambridge. It's to use in juxtaposition to the thread sketches of homeless people I'm working on for the six week sketch brief we've been given for uni.

This is the back of the sketch, which coincidentally looked very ape-like for a long time, creating a nice symmetry with the crux of his theory of natural selection and some of the museum items used to demonstrate this.

Thursday, 17 September 2009

iPod Tough

Doodling on my iPod touch turns out to actually be far more difficult than I expected. Gone are the days of loving my finger-painting masterpieces.

Let it never be said that I am only willing to reveal my relative masterpieces. I am totally willing to reveal near-ultimate failures. Hooray!

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Sketches, doodles, randoms

I apologise, but scanning is impossible, and my camera hates document photos (and I'm not so great at them to start with). Randomly playing with the concept of submerged/floating hair.

Dogs in scarves. The meekest form of animal cruelty. Hurrah!