Here’s a collection, from an ongoing joyous project. Digital drawing. Was something I never thought I’d do, there’s something about Photoshop that I don’t love, couldn’t out my finger on it but it’s not for me. In the same way PCs were difficult during college but macs were easy in
fiction is a stand-in for the truth. Listen via youtube HERE Life feels really sweet and sour at the moment. The exquisite balance of gratitude and a shit storm of WTF. I haven’t written in a long, haven’t even rambled into a notebook, or dumped my brain into a video.
I still have so much to learn with oil paint, I’m considering some YouTube tutorial afternoons. It’s a different game with watercolour, a material that does prodominently what I want when I want, the only thing that’s lacking it perhaps depth, on paper, characters and form are often held in
Here is something I’m so proud to be part of. Thank you to everyone so far who has shared and filled in this form, Im going to extend the deadline past the 24th August and keep it open for longer because this information, your experiences and voice is important and
if you’d prefer to listen youtube CREATIVE UPDATE-painting progression 3 years ago I was scared of drawing halos because they aren’t mine, so I leaned into that because the 6-year-old me who had to say a prayer at school every afternoon part of me decided I should. I love finding icons
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This time next week (6th June) I’ll be speaking at a mentalhealth conference in Norwich. One of my favourite parts of the day is listening to others stories and how they’re similar to my own. Survival and love stories 💛 there’s something about humans, a little electric ZING, we shine
#MentalHealthWeek | Blog 2:3 Mermasaurs existing was part of my recovery. During an abusive relationship the only thing I had real control over was my body. I made it strong and healthy, so that I could skate hard and fast as a jammer/ blocker on an awasome roller derby team.