A view of the Poolbeg Lighthouse >> done on the spot. A great place but too many rats popping up from under the broken concrete. I think they smelt my sandwiches.
Here is the finished scraperboard from my earlier drawing. I used a few new tools on this, one in particular worked well. But I found that I could not resist using my old favourites. This house is up on Hornhead >>
A couple of portraits done for todays Irish Times>>
This was done last year for a magazine in London. With all that’s going on I thought it apt to post it now.
This was done on my last trip out painting, a damp dull day in Marley Park. Since then the leaves have fallen. Finished in a few hours.
Sketch for a scraperboard I’m working on. I just got some new tools from America which are unavailable in Europe so I’m looking forward to testing them out on this image. Will post what I come up with.
Life drawing from the other weeks session.
Here is the finished and coloured scraperboard of the Norman Knight posted a while back.
Here is my peice that was accepted in to this years RUA>> exhibition. I’ve just noticed my scraperboard appears on their home page, which is an honour. The exhibition is being held in the Ulster Museum>> this year, its really quite a venue. Check out the show some time Friday 15 October 2010 – Sunday…