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Fantasy Doodle by Chris Baker

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Some time ago I was asked if I’d show some work from when I was a lot younger, and going through my portfolios today, I came across two detailed ‘doodles’ I’d done waaay back….
I’m pretty sure any budding psychologists out there will have a field day with these ;)

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Black ink & pens on heavy cartridge paper -
59.6cms x 42cms

(Will upload the second of these soon)


paper, sketch, ink, fantasy, pen, imagination, doodle

A figurative artist, Chris started out as an illustrator, later to become a figurative painter, focusing mainly on portraits.

Chris has exhibited in several one-man shows, and a few mixed shows in London.

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  • Lynsye Medalia
    Lynsye Medaliaover 4 years ago

    There’s so much to see….so much going on! I think I could look for hours and still not see anything! I’m kind of digging on the bugs flying over the chess board to get the little people LOL

  • ‘Not see anything?’ Oh, well ;) Thanks for your kind words Lynsye :)))

    – Chris Baker

  • ElRobbo
    ElRobboover 4 years ago

    Incredibly detailed – wonderful work, Chris!

  • Thank you ElRobbo :) I used to get carried away doodling often – mainly in class ;)))

    – Chris Baker

  • Pete Janes
    Pete Janesover 4 years ago

    Pulling out old work and going over it can be a great exercise. I’ve actually completed a couple of pieces that I hadn’t touched in years. Great work, Chris!

  • Hi there Pete! Yes – oddly enough quite a carthartic exercise, although quite scary looking back also! Thanks :)))

    – Chris Baker

  • Anita Inverarity
    Anita Inverarityover 4 years ago

    Amazing work x

  • Thanks so much Anita :)))

    – Chris Baker

    BLYTHARTover 4 years ago

    Yup – Freud would have loved you :) Seriously Chris – this is amazing!

  • Haha! Maybe….! Thanks Dave :)

    – Chris Baker

  • Lynsye Medalia
    Lynsye Medaliaover 4 years ago

    ‘not see EVERYTHING’ Oops! :)

  • :) :)

    – Chris Baker

  • TheWanderingBoo
    TheWanderingBooover 4 years ago

    amazing work

  • Thanks Boo :)

    – Chris Baker

  • zoolou
    zoolouabout 4 years ago
    great work! it is interesting what goes through ones mind on the side! It would take a long time to see everything! good stuff! How and why psychologist try to understand artists I don’t know! they don’t understand themselves!They don’t understand how we think in visual pictures and memory in pictures and call you delusional. Ha Ha!
  • Thanks, zoolou :)
    How & why? It enables the otherwise inept a means of earning a living, I suppose ;)

    – Chris Baker

  • zoolou
    zoolouabout 4 years ago

    There are many ways to earn a living it up to you to which path you choose

  • Naturally ;)

    – Chris Baker

  • Randy Sprout
    Randy Sproutover 3 years ago

    Wow! When view larger it really does show your wonderfully plasticity as you model each element into this kind of warped space. Were these pen & ink doodles started at the top left and drawn down to the bottom right as you filled in this space, or were they blocked out? I have a ton of these early rapidograph drawings, mostly dealing with naked people in impossible spaces, but I am not sure RB would allow them to be posted? LOL!

  • Haha! I’m sure RB would be up for showing them – maybe with ‘Adult Content’ or whatever enabled…. though don’t quote me on that!
    I don’t seem to plan these at all; Just start ‘anywhere’ that feels right, when interest wanes, start another patch elsewhere – rinse & repeat, then find shapes and ideas to weve the lot together, I guess…. no real plan at all….!
    Cheers Randy! ☺

    – Chris Baker

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