What I learnt from Inktober 2019

Note: This post has migrated from my website, and was more relevant in November 2019. Nonetheless I hope you might enjoy my insights into the process and what I came up with last October. It is finally November! Another night of terror has passed, and a month of ink drawings has come to an end. … Continue reading What I learnt from Inktober 2019

3 Ways Anime can teach us about Character Design – A Danganronpa Spotlight.

For many creative teenagers, Anime is a stepping stone into art. Its variety of genres appeal to many a young person that might not have seen anything like it in western animation or life action shows. It gets people drawing!Art schools however tend not to be in favour of maintaining an anime drawing style. Commercial … Continue reading 3 Ways Anime can teach us about Character Design – A Danganronpa Spotlight.

Referencing myths that transcend time: Hadestown

It is no secret that Hadestown is a clever adaptation of an ancient myth - the story of Orpheus and Eurydice and their fight against death itself. Mitchell's Hadestown has spun this into a more modern tale in which the divide of the classes, capitalism and the fight between living free and living comfortably stand … Continue reading Referencing myths that transcend time: Hadestown

Hadestown: A detailed Plot Synopsis

On the 17th of November I had the rare pleasure of watching the London National theatre performance of 'Hadestown', with song and book by Anais Mitchell. After the original album and cast recording of this musical had stayed with me for over half a year, I finally had the opportunity to watch the music tie … Continue reading Hadestown: A detailed Plot Synopsis

From Hobby-Beginner-Artist to Intermediate-And-Improving: 5 Tips to make the Jump.

I've certainly been there before: You've been drawing for years, grasped the basics, and your friends tell you you're a talented artist, but chances are you have internalised the sheer amount of wonderful artwork online and realised that you still have a long, long way to go until you yourself are fully satisfied with your … Continue reading From Hobby-Beginner-Artist to Intermediate-And-Improving: 5 Tips to make the Jump.