Well over a month in. Quite chuffed. I had a few medical incidents during the course of this (see below) so there are a few rushed, but done.
23/365. Update on 12/365. I might be doing this a lot. Is that against the rules? #therearenorules #Iamtherules. Pencil. Notebook: Ethel.
24/365. So yesterday my foot had a severe altercation with the front room door. A long and difficult story. Suffice…
Awesome ink works
by Kim Jung Gi
Still going after over three weeks. It’s interesting to see what you notice.
(Text culled from the Instagram posts.)
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(Oh yes, and about half way through this sequence I start recording which notebook each sketch is in, more on that later.)
11/365. Bottle opener left to me by my dearly departed Nan. With actual scorpion.…
Samuel Beckett’s doodles of Charlie Chaplin and James Joyce.
I’m not sure what happened. I was waiting to go out and so sat and drew a chair, then watch myself in slow motion as I added “1/365″ and then posted it on the internet.
Drawing everyday is obviously an aspiration that gets pushed aside with everyday business, work and (here’s the rub) mechanical distractions. I never draw as much as I want to. So launching the spectre of mild internet shame upon…
For my sins I am finally try to wrap ny brain around linear workspace colour management. I may try and regurgitate my learnings on here once they have settled in some.
Howard Carter’s drawings from KV 62, Tutankhamun’s tomb.
Albin, Eleazar, active 1713-1759. A natural history of English insects, 1720.
Houghton Library, Harvard University
بديع الزمان أَبُو اَلْعِزِ بْنُ إسْماعِيلِ بْنُ الرِّزاز الجزري [Badi’al-Zaman Abū al-‘Izz ibn Ismā’īl ibn al-Razāz al-Jazarī]; early 14th century treatise on automata; Kitab fi ma’ari-fat al-hiyal al-handasiya (1206 C.E.).
Early 14th century (1315); copied in Egypt; c.1354.
Kami-kiri (or hair cutter) are known for sneaking up on people and cutting off their hair.
The Bakemono Zukushi Handscroll, Unknown Artist, Edo Period (18th-19th Century)