I’m a very visual, but largely traditional artist. If only all of what I see “inside” my mind made it onto paper/canvas/screen! My main media are paints – oils and Acrylics. The main focus of my work is transport are, especialy steam locomotives, though I do indulge in the occassional landscape as well.
I’ve also spent a good deal of time over the years developing Fonts for use in desktop publishing and on PC’s. My font collection can be viewed and purchased here.
Just thought I’d let people know that I plan to rationalise my redbubble porfolio, focusing on my paintings, predominently on my transport and railway works. I don’t expect t do this until sometime next month, but if anyone was thinking of purchasing a favourite or so, this could be your last chance. :) / In case people wondered, the aim of the exercise is to try and make my ork a bi…
Phew, at last I’ve got a day off afer a hellish busy spell at the office. Now to catch up on all those new works and even post a couple!
Have finally got around to organising my portfolio and setting up some themed galleries to help people browse my work. It’s been on the to do list since Christmas, but it’s done at last.
Have people given any thought to what makes an image popular on here-ie what will be viewed a lot as compared to what won’t? / I’ve been thinking about this, as I;’ve noticed that some images seem to get a lot of attention where others often quite similar draw much less. / For example, if I think of two of my paintings- Midland Compound: / and Cathedrals at Sonning: / they are b…