Posts Tagged: mark hodgson

A green tunnel

I love this time of year when the rampant growth reshapes and transforms the landscape.

A green tunnel

I love this time of year when the rampant growth reshapes and transforms the landscape.

New Sketchbook!

A New Sketchbook! It’s still always exciting for me to start a new sketchbook, although like many other products these days, for instance clothes and electronics, it’s getting harder and harder to find the same consistent high quality. A hard-back

New Sketchbook!

A New Sketchbook! It’s still always exciting for me to start a new sketchbook, although like many other products these days, for instance clothes and electronics, it’s getting harder and harder to find the same consistent high quality. A hard-back

Landscape painting – Denmark

The landscape in Jylland, southern Denmark where I live is pretty flat, especially compared to Switzerland, where we lived before. Lots of horizontals, hedgerows, heaths and flat horizons. It forces me to be more creative, and find more in less

Landscape painting – Denmark

The landscape in Jylland, southern Denmark where I live is pretty flat, especially compared to Switzerland, where we lived before. Lots of horizontals, hedgerows, heaths and flat horizons. It forces me to be more creative, and find more in less

Syvårssøerne, Randbøl, Denmark

Another pencil sketch. I have deliberately limited myself at the moment to working outdoors, only with pencil on paper, in order not to get distracted by colour etc and increase my focus on what is possible with that medium. This

Syvårssøerne, Randbøl, Denmark

Another pencil sketch. I have deliberately limited myself at the moment to working outdoors, only with pencil on paper, in order not to get distracted by colour etc and increase my focus on what is possible with that medium. This

What is your style?

Something of a self portrait. At the moment I am almost exclusively working digitally rather than in a regular sketch book while trying to define what my “style” of illustration is? I would be interested to hear how others have

What is your style?

Something of a self portrait. At the moment I am almost exclusively working digitally rather than in a regular sketch book while trying to define what my “style” of illustration is? I would be interested to hear how others have

Little old cat lady

Trying out some new techniques with Tayasui Sketches, inspired by Miroslav Sasek illustrations in “This is Paris.” …”this lady is called a concierge. She is a sort of guardian angel, And there is one for many houses in Paris”. Published

Little old cat lady

Trying out some new techniques with Tayasui Sketches, inspired by Miroslav Sasek illustrations in “This is Paris.” …”this lady is called a concierge. She is a sort of guardian angel, And there is one for many houses in Paris”. Published

Brexit?

Good to know we are in the capable hands of our elected representatives to see us through this mess…!

Brexit?

Good to know we are in the capable hands of our elected representatives to see us through this mess…!

Google Street View – Glamorous Red Head -Covent Garden

Shelton Street – Covent Garden London Stylish shopper type lady with flaming red hair swishes down Shelton Street in Covent Garden

Google Street View – Glamorous Red Head -Covent Garden

Shelton Street – Covent Garden London Stylish shopper type lady with flaming red hair swishes down Shelton Street in Covent Garden

Google Street View – Bohemia, Czech Republic

Bela pod, Bezdezem, Central Bohemia I love these two old ladies caught gossiping in their slippers, somewhere in the countryside of Bohemia.

Google Street View – Bohemia, Czech Republic

Bela pod, Bezdezem, Central Bohemia I love these two old ladies caught gossiping in their slippers, somewhere in the countryside of Bohemia.

Google Street View – West Village, New York

New York’s Narrowest Building 75 1/2 Bedford Street, otherwise known as New York’s narrowest house, built in 1873 has been home to Cary Grant and John Barrymore, among others. It stands 9 feet 6 inches (2.9 meters) narrow, and is

Google Street View – West Village, New York

New York’s Narrowest Building 75 1/2 Bedford Street, otherwise known as New York’s narrowest house, built in 1873 has been home to Cary Grant and John Barrymore, among others. It stands 9 feet 6 inches (2.9 meters) narrow, and is

Google street view – Manhattan Bridge, NY, USA

From Wisconsin to New York I love this trendy old lady, taking a photo of the google street view van. A drawing of someone, taking a photo of google, taking a photo of herself on Manhattan Bridge, New York City.

Google street view – Manhattan Bridge, NY, USA

From Wisconsin to New York I love this trendy old lady, taking a photo of the google street view van. A drawing of someone, taking a photo of google, taking a photo of herself on Manhattan Bridge, New York City.

Google Street View – Brooklyn Bridge, NY

A sketch of a photo, taken by google, of an Asian girl, taking photos, of people on Brooklyn Bridge New York.

Google Street View – Brooklyn Bridge, NY

A sketch of a photo, taken by google, of an Asian girl, taking photos, of people on Brooklyn Bridge New York.