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This is a drawing from a project called Creativity & me. I finished it early 2018 for my degree show at the Children’s Book Illustration course at the Cambridge School of Art. It’s about the joys and perils of the creative process. It’s one of those projects that is difficult to place, as it isn’t really a children’s book, so I put it away for the time being…⠀
Feeling inspired by all these cat drawings made this morning at a drop-in workshop I was running in collaboration with @camfilmfest and @kettlesyard at the @campicturehouse. So much creativity, freedom and dedication and exceptional drawn and collaged cats. The documentary Kedi was sold out but the film festival still runs for a few days, and there is always the possibility to go to Kettles Yard and visit the collection.
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An old drawing from 2015. Hairy animals are fun to draw (and a lot easier than drawing children. I’m considering to only include hairy animals in my next book and to not allow any children in!)
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Day 9 / 100. Quick sketches at the Zoology museum in Cambridge, because we arrived when they were almost closing already. Sad looking monkeys though…
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