From the Sketchbook: A product of procrastination


It has been quite a stretch between posts now, but instead of stressing over the unfinished, well-intentioned pieces that have been stacking up in my hard-drive for the last few weeks, I decided to do some guilt-free procrastination, and draw instead.

In the last week, I’ve been working on something different – a concept for an acrylic painting that thumbs its’ nose at depleted inspiration and creative block. I wanted to share it (because accountability is the very basis of my productivity at this point), so here are a few snapshots of it. Think of this as a teaser.


I don’t want to give too much about it away because I have high hopes for the finished product, and if I try and go too much into it, the whole concept will likely explode into proverbial confetti before the words make it to the screen. It is a style completely different to my paintings in the past – which were mostly block coloured, acrylic stencil portraits.