Stage 6 – This was the last sprint stage before the mountains, passing by scenes of battle in World War I. The stage could be summed up as, big skies, big trees and big accidents. Here are some more drawings.Read more "Stage 6 – Épernay to Metz"
Stage 5 – In contrast to yesterday, the course today passed through fields of motionless wind turbines – no wind to turn them. Later, there were storms brewing, with more spills and accidents. I used the panoramic sketchbook again to try and catch the flavour. Here are some of the drawings.Read more "Stage 5 – Rouen to Saint Quentin"
Stage 4 – An exciting stage with plenty happening as always. The course continued by the coast and crosswinds caused havoc. Here are some more drawings.Read more "Stage 4 – Abbeville to Rouen"
Stage 3 – The tour comes back to France from Belgium – a day with dangerous, seaside crosswinds. I used a panoramic sketchbook this time. Here are some more drawings.Read more "Stage 3 – Orchies to Boulogne-sur-Mer"
Stage 2 – An exciting stage with huge sprint at the end. Mark Cavendish steams through to win. From my point of view, I tried to capture the peloton for the first time – what a fascinating beast that is? To see so many bodies and bikes weaving through the streets – the aerial shots […]Read more "Stage 2 – Visé to Tournai"
Stage 1 – the real start to the race – I still feel like I’m playing catch up but working my way through! Here are some more drawings.Read more "Stage 1 – Liège to Seraing"
Great start to this year’s Tour. I decided to try and draw each stage. Working like a person possessed with several sketchbooks at once. I felt as though I missed everything. Still, here are the first few drawings … my prologue!Read more "The Prologue – Liège to Liège"