They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. Laurence Binyon (1869-1943)Read more "Remembrance"
Hello! I wanted to write a post of thanks to readers of ‘Racing Lines’, as it is three years since it began. In that short time, I have been amazed and delighted by the response. I now have the honour of one of my posts being featured on ‘Freshly Pressed’. Creating a blog has been a wonderful experience and the outcomes […]Read more "So much in three years…"
Hello! Drawing in February is going to be great if today’s weather holds. It’s so sunny in my little studio that I’ve opened the windows to let in the fresh air. The sun is casting a shadow across my drawing just now, so I thought it would be good time to pause, take some photos and […]Read more "Drawing February: My studio"
Hello! Another January drawing, again looking at snowdrops. This little group grow in the yard of our village church. What you see below are the stages of one drawing, Little Darlings. I wanted to use the transition effect to animate the stages a little. The most recent stage (stage 8) appears underneath. I’m nervous of this in […]Read more "Drawing January: Snowdrops in colour"
Hello – and a belated Happy New Year! I’ve just come indoors from my first drawing expedition into the garden. I know that’s overstating it, but I do carry so much stuff down from the studio, it feels like I’m going to the North Pole! Weather bright and sunny after a flurry of snow – […]Read more "Drawing January: Winter and snowdrops"