Isaac’s First Watercolours

I usually complete and scheduled a few weeks of my blog posts in advance so if I’m struggling on time or just don’t get a picture finished I always have something to post.  I generally do try to draw each day but with the shorter days in winter I usually leave the photographing of the sketches to the weekend so I can capitalise on the … Continue reading Isaac’s First Watercolours

How to Find Creative Spark

Loved this blog post from Open College of the Arts….. Six ways to find creative spark in a busy world: Do Nothing: Watch and listen. Doodle: Applied visual thinking (doodling without thinking) helps imagination to soar by firing up neurons. Be positive: A positive state of mind is a the trigger for creative flow. Daydream Participate: The notion of participation is not only of working directly … Continue reading How to Find Creative Spark

Calligraphy Workshop

Back in November last year I attended a half day Calligraphy workshop.  It came about as a college at work mentioned she had attended in preparation for writing her wedding invites and whilst I’m not planning a wedding, calligraphy is something I’ve always fancied trying.  I bought myself a pen and “how to” book at the start of 2018 but tried it once and pretty … Continue reading Calligraphy Workshop