Monthly Archives: September 2015

Flight: A Short Story

Railings ran with a liquid that spilled to the pavement staining it blood-brown. A pool formed and spread with every drip… drip… drip… Icarus had fallen. The tram bucked suddenly as a vicious squeal ripped the air bringing me back … Continue reading

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Street Scene

  A study using Noir techniques from Shawn Martinbrough’s How to Draw Noir Comics. Looking at shading and perspective in this study.

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The Station

This picture was inspired by a OO/HO scale model railway layout seen at a recent exhibition. I used India ink on colour paper, with a hint of charcoal to break up the expanse of sky.

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Reflections with Iris

Between guttural growls of the engine, as Sussex melts into a fog of green and brown, I hear silence, then my memories run like watercolour on paper. A different world of mystery long held in secret unfolds on recollected pages … Continue reading

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Hope, Not Hate

It was a Friday morning, as I recall. I sat in the chapel in the Emlékhely*. Sunlight filtered through high windows and reflected off transparent pews, and I saw the name of a child which I cannot now remember. Her … Continue reading

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