Knitting With Chopsticks


This was something I did in the 90’s as a kid. I started knitting around the age or 6 or 7. My favourite was s small circular loom because it was easy and the results were fast. However being a kid I frequently lost my plastic knitting needles. My alternatives (being mostly poor growing up)Continue reading “Knitting With Chopsticks”

WIP Comic Page


Just to show I am actually doing something and not all talk because I realise for a week I think I’ve been saying how I’m drawing and then I show nothing so yeah, here’s a screen cap. The city scape is a screentone so please don’t congratulate me on the city. I was playing withContinue reading “WIP Comic Page”

Journal Making: To Sell Or Not To Sell?


I even had an idea for a watercolour diary/journal unlike others. For documenting purposes and learning or remembering techniques. I’d make it landscape sized, half of it on the one page would have boxes and space to write and the other blank. The boxes for colours you definitely want to use again and space to write down what you did to get that colour and extra space for annotations. But the question of whether or not others would find it as useful, still remains. This is the question that always holds me back from selling anything.

Cat Cow Journal


http://fav.me/d3auf3d Here’s my third journal that I’ve made. I lost count of the pages but my guess is about 40. It’s more a practise journal. My first one was all lined paper from left over paper, my second was half lined and half blank unlined paper and this one is all unlined paper. Sometimes whenContinue reading “Cat Cow Journal”

Book Binding: Home Kit


I haven’t made my own video for this, but I did find one made by someone else already. Now my machine that I bought which was really cheap and came with plastic covers, backs and spines can do up to 150 pages. The reason that I bought mine, was to bind my manuscripts AND storyboardsContinue reading “Book Binding: Home Kit”