Art from October 2020
i participated in Inktober again in 2020. This is a challenge where you must complete a picture every day for the whole of October. This means 31 drawings in 31 days. I used a combination of Alchohol Markers, India inks, Gouache and watercolour in these pictures and I drew everyone of them on a 14cm by 14cm piece of Bristol Board. Here is every single one of my Inktober drawings (including the ones I wasn't happy with)
These drawings were completed using a process called Automatic Drawing. They were drawn on Bristol Board, with a brush pen, copic markers and a gel pen.
Exquisite Corpse collaboration
This is a collaborative piece, which I did with two other artists over Instagram. It is based on a game, which the surrealists used to call The Exquisite Corpse. This is also a popular childhood game. It is usually achieved by folding the paper into 3, but since this was conducted over the internet we all used separate pieces of paper scanned into a computer. I then stuck them together digitally using Indesign.
Artists Involved in the collaboration:
Head By Marco Pinna Pittore
Middle by Glenn Wilkinson
Legs by Michael Burton (AKA The Cheap Soap)
Virgin Mary Appears in the pub
Art from October 2019
October 2019 was when I started to take my visual, picture based, art more seriously. Before that I was mainly focused on other mediums, such as film and music. In October 2019 I set myself the challenge of doing a picture a day for the whole of October. It was inspired by the Inktober challenge, but it was a personal challenge, so I did not share the pictures online. I also drew them in Oil Pastel rather than Ink.
Some of those pictures are below: