Tag: watercolour

Lostwithiel Salt Marshes

8 January 2016 By ian

I do, mostly, enjoy my job (particularly the holidays!) but I think my dream job would be something where I could draw and be creative all day. I’m not good enough to be able to do that but someone who is, is Andrea Joseph. Even someone as talented as Andrea isn’t able to just sit […]

Dorset Countryside

4 December 2015 By ian

As Christmas is approaching and you are all thinking of the expensive pens you could buy yourselves, your loved ones or, ideally, me, it’s worth remembering that many fantastic pens and pencils can be found for not a lot of money. Top end pens are exclusive and, thereby, excluding, and whilst I do like some […]

Cerne Abbey (sketch)

16 October 2015 By ian

Cerne Abbey was founded in 987 and closed in 1539. The ruins are set in beautiful grounds and the village of Cerne Abbas couldn’t be more typically English, famous though it is for something entirely different. (Possibly NSFW, theoretically, although it’s 180 feet high on a Dorset hill so it’s hard to avoid around here.) […]