An Art Nouveau portrait commission from last year of the client’s lovely wife. It needed to have lots of swirls to show off her long blonde hair. Watercolor and ink on A4 cream bristol paper.
Something a bit different – Japanese woodblock print style 300ZX Fairlady I painted as a birthday present for a friend based on his own beautifully restored and lovingly converted street/racer Nissan.
The scene is on “Benkei Bridge” looking towards a modern Tokyo.
Tarzan – strong and wary. He is at one with the jungle.
An ink and watercolor piece I did earlier this year as a birthday present for my very dear and very talented artist friend. Find him on instagram – https://www.instagram.com/loopydavestuff/ and shower him with compliments and money
I wanted to capture the feel of old 3 color printed bookcovers using only yellow, green and black to build the image. I completely redrew the line work 4 times before I was happy with it.
Dr Sketchy’s life drawing has been my “no stress art time” for so many years. The chaotic joyful atmosphere makes it impossible to take “art-ing” too seriously. I really enjoy the chance to experiment and rapidly capture something of these spectacular performers.
Thank you Mel for this wonderful experience 💖 And thank you to the beautiful rainbow tornado Ruby Slippers! 🌈
I started this piece as a Valentine. To all of the beautiful creative hearts, you are unstoppable, irrepressible, multifaceted and loved.
Ink & watercolor A3 cold pressed
From no life drawing to two sessions back to back! Sketching Tease Rex at Dr Sketchy’s Melbourne was an absolute blast! Perhaps the first ever burlesque dancer? The evening than heated up with the lovely and crimson Miss Maple Rose.
There are only a few days left to place a bid on my original painting “Princess Leia” for The Force Kick Brain Cancer charity auction.
My piece can be found here>
This is for the original ink and watercolor artwork not a print. The pieces comes framed and the artwork measures 340 x 480 mm.
Follow this Ebay Link to see all of the great artwork donated to support awareness and funding to cure brain cancer.
Kiki’s Delivery Service is one of my favourite movies. She is so hopeful and brave, dreaming and finding her way. The conversation between her and her friend about magic and art needing inspiration struck a cord.
“Stop trying. Take long walks. Look at scenery. Doze off at noon. Don’t even think about flying. And then, pretty soon, you’ll be flying again.” – Ursula
I will be selling prints of this painting at Supanova to go with my Princess Mononoke tribute painting I did last year.
Find me and both prints at Table 74 in the Grand Pavilion!