Who are you?

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Hello old and new followers. Who are you? How did you find me? Do we know each other? I’d love to know, if you have a minute, drop me a line below… ⠀

I’m trying to make/keep social media an interesting and meaningful place for myself and those that follow me. If there is anything you’d like me to post about, let me know…⠀

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…⠀

A drawing a day

If I had more time this month I’d be following this drawing challenge. A drawing a day, no bigger than an inch. If you’re in London and haven’t been to his exhibition yet, go have a look. It’s very inspiring! #JohnVernonLord #DrawingaDay @illustrationhq.

If I had more time this month I’d be following this drawing challenge. A drawing a day, no bigger than an inch. If you’re in London and haven’t been to his exhibition yet, go have a look. It’s very inspiring! #JohnVernonLord #DrawingaDay @illustrationhq.

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In between the lines

15 / 100. Sometimes mindless doodling helps me think. Especially when it’s not directly related to the project I’m working on. Something about concentrating the mind without trying too hard?These figures are simply trying to fit in, or not?#100dayproject #100daychallenge #100daysofdrawing #drawingeveryday #drawingfromimagination #ballpointdrawing #fittingin #inbetweenthelines #mindlessdoodles

15 / 100. Sometimes mindless doodling helps me think. Especially when it’s not directly related to the project I’m working on. Something about concentrating the mind without trying too hard? These figures are simply trying to fit in, or not?

For more doodles trying to fit in, see original post on Instagram.