The Hatman…Updated.

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I’ve been meaning to draw this exact picture for a couple of years now. Seeing how I am stuck in bed recuperating from an operation, I thought I would get it out of my head.

Update: So I’ve finished the picture above, it was worthy of finishing. The black and white space spiralling around the border symbolises the concept of twin universes, (universes being born in pairs) one physical, the other non physical, wrapped around and within one another. The ancient symbols at the top centre represent a possible way of communication between a material and non material universes. The dots and dashes behind them showing that information is being transmitted , not just pretty symbols. The Symbols bottom centre are Egyptian hieroglyphics for the word “hept”, which means ‘to embrace’. A square and a hemi sphere surrounded by a pair of outstretched arms. But symbolically read can mean the embrace of the physical and non physical. The corner stones again are Egyptian symbols for wind-fire-earth and water through which a material universe emerges.

So the reason I connected the Hatman to this ancient concept is only because I don’t know not what was standing in my room that time. Perhaps these non physical beings come from a non physical universe wrapped all around and within us.Β 

I saw it once standing at the bottom of my bed. Read more…

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Space. Gabrielles commission.

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πŸ™‚ Recently finished this commission (for Gabrielle). Measuring 360mm X 240mm on A3 paper. Completed from July to August, this is what 100 hours of drawing space looks like!

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New artwork finished a few days ago. I think it’s taken over a week to do. I just wondered what it would look like. And now I know! I think of these pictures as creative exercises, I love the chance to have to create something different, new space, every time and see ideas evolve. Hopefully they turn into nice pieces of art. Measuring 230mm X 230mm on A3, 200gsm paper.

If you like my work please pass it on. πŸ™‚ ❀

Close Inkcounters.

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El cubo.

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Finished this picture last night,measuring 240mm X 240mm on A3 200gsm paper. I am so happy with it. I started it on 13th March and it comes at the end of drawing 10 monoliths in a row. So this isn’t a monolith, but it does satisfy some desire/obsession I have with black cubes. I have no idea what this means. I think I’ve wanted to draw this picture for some time. I will make the original available in my store should someone fall in love with it. And if anyone would like to use the image in a publication please get in touch.

The Monolith Project. 6-10.

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Originals available for Β£50 each. I have some signed and numbered prints too. Etsy shop.

Monolith No.6 “A Sacred Monolith”

 

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I’m currently working on this new artwork, Monolith No.6. On A4 Bristol board, the paper/card is 250gsm, extra white and extra smooth. It’s a lovely surface to work with. It incorporates the dimensions of the Monolith encompassed within a golden rectangle. Taking my time and loving it. πŸ™‚