‘Racing Lines: Le Tour’ teams, riders and racing…

Hello! It’s been an enjoyable process selecting work for ‘Racing Lines: Le Tour’, I find that the pictures remind me of the races quite vividly – just as photos do. This week’s preview highlights some of the racing itself, the teams, the time trials, the sprint for the line and the long and winding peloton. Have a great weekend, here are my drawings:

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  1. Do you work from photos or from watching?

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    1. I work ‘live’ as it happens. It’s the challenge of capturing the action as it happens that I love 😀

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      1. And it shows!

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  2. What an awesome post!

    I have to ask, any chance you could do one from a video clip, of me, for my office?

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    1. Thanks very much! Glad you like the post.It’s a great idea to try a picture of you from a video clip. Could you send the clip to me directly by email or dropbox link to have a look? I’ll be able to give you an answer properly then. I look forward to hearing from you 🙂

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      1. Awesome! I’ll get something made and email it to you… We can work out the details through email if you can do it and everything works! Thank you! Too cool.

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  3. Love all of them!!

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    1. Bless you and thanks! 😀

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  4. Hi someone else asked so might I follow up? Ignore me if you want. Do you work live in the field or from the television as it happens? I can’t imagine the mechanics of doing this in the field so guess it must be from the telly, but I’ve always wanted to know.

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    1. Yes, it’s from the TV, it’s impossible to see the views I draw from the crowds’ position at the sides. I’m short as well so even more of a challenge for me to see! I draw as the action happens and throw a lot away! I do record so I can play back but it’s never quite the same as working ‘live’ somehow. I’m always happy to answer questions, thank you for getting in touch, much appreciated!

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      1. That makes sense.
        If I can get to the Kettering exhibition somehow, I will. I would like to see your work in the flesh as it were.

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  5. That would be fantastic – a great compliment, thank you!

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