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MORE THES DRAWINGS
Here are some more illustrations done for the Times Higher Education Supplement from between '94 and '96.
SATURN DEVOURING HIS JELLYBABIES
I had fun trying out different styles and techniques in these pictures. Most of my drawings are drawn in Rotring ink with a sable brush, and coloured with Talens Ecoline liquid watercolours, (mostly limited to mixes of reddish brown, yellow ochre, saffran yellow, burnt sienna, cyan and ultramarine light) on Schoellershammer 4R paper. However, Fish Soup on this page, and King Kong Drunk Again on the previous page, were both painted in acrylics. Freud is a mix of ink, watercolour and gouache.
Line drawings like Country Life were all rendered in Rotring ink with a sable brush, often as fine as 00. Doing this painstaking work to a deadline could induce severe wrist strain, and once I was out of action for a fortnight because of it.
When I started doing animation design and storyboard work, I did nearly everything with a ballpoint and Caran d'Ache coloured pencils. I've even done a few newspaper illustrations in ballpoint and been very happy with them.
EVEN ODDER DRAWINGS ON THE NEXT PAGE.
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FREUD IN THE WILDERNESS
THE DNA MADE ME DO IT