in Winchester's Christmas Market. Did this pencil sketch in my A5 sketchbook and splashed on some watercolour later in the warmth of my kitchen!
Struggling to find time during daylight hours and even then it's quite dark these days - here's some I did last week. The concrete's pouring thick and fast (or should that be "thin") and they are casting pillars for floor 3 now. I shant have much to draw soon!
I'm thinking I might do some drawing from inside the building site - if they give me permission? Maybe in larger sketchbook? This is getting serious!
showing a proposed design for a split-level "agricultural" style dwelling in Norfolk. In order to break up the length of elevation the architect has introduced a slight angle change to the floor plan. To add to the vernacular qualities there are two roof pitches, the main with plain tiles and the lower of pantiles. Best of all - real chimney stacks! No country compromise on luxury here though with seven bedrooms - six of them en-suite.
Good to see my illustrations being put to good use in this article in Dwell magazine for Pearsons Estate Agents - nice one Rockit Design!
The new teaching facility here at Solent University is moving ahead at a pace:
The result of yesterday's Urban Sketchers Southampton Sketchcrawl. This was done in the Old Cemetery in about one and a half hours in glorious sunshine - one of the best meets of the year! 185gsm Canson NOT A5 sketchbook.
Latest developments at East Park Terrace...