I dislike watercolors – they ruin easily, are temperamental in terms of drying and require patience.
I have decided to master it anyway.
This is for a friend who has been rather upset lately. Happy Birthday love.
A friend of mine wanted me to sketch this out for him so that he could put it up on his wall. I don’t really know what it is, but a fleet of these could prove useful in zombie attacks.
View from St Katharine Pier, post sunset.
Queen Victoria Monument, Kensington Palace, London.
Australian aboriginal artwork in Camden Town, London. I like the little dancing geckos.
Happy Monday, people.
Very poor picture quality, unfortunately this is the only clean shot I have of this. I think it’s from some Italian statue thing that we have, not sure though. 2001 was 10 years ago, and I used to sketch random things back then.
In Srimongol, Sylhet, you’ll be dangerously flirting with the Bangladesh-India border. Even Google Maps won’t be able to tell you exactly which country you are in.
Apart from taking in the most breathtaking views you will ever come across, you could also indulge in 10 layers of tea…in one cup. You can shake em, stir em, they will not budge. One shot glass costs about 1 Euro. Needless to say, best tea I have had in my life.