Monday, 6 October 2014


I actually had another 4-5 images I wanted to draw for this, but composition dictates - no space left for the rest.

I would share process photos, but my phone isn't talking to my Mac at the moment.

Next up - expletives. Incidentally, it turns out that Instagram is a prude...

Friday, 3 October 2014


Next up: #SWAG

Some tags easily yield more interesting images than others, but as long as there is a large enough selection it is just a question of keeping up the scrolling... :)

Thursday, 2 October 2014


I finally got a scanner that will talk to my Mac, so I will be reviving this blog. I don't have any proper image editing software at the moment though, so the scans will be pretty raw for the time being.

Current project: ongoing drawings of random people posted to Instagram, based on tags. I started this a couple of weeks back, when confined to the house due to health stuff. I am still stuck at home, so the series continues.

It is a bit like people watching, only online, but the drawing process is very different from what you get when drawing from life - there is no element of perspective, movement or time involved, and I can break off in the middle of a drawing and pick it up hours later.

I don't normally draw from photos since I find it too lifeless and kind of boring, but I am having fun with these. I don't want to draw photos, so I try to do drawings based on what i find in the shots instead, if that makes any sense. I have fun with the lines, dynamic hatching, and playing around with composition on each page - not always equally successfully, but still enough to keep things interesting.

It is also interesting to see how people really like drawings based off photographic images. I guess we are so used to seeing the world through a lens that it holds a kind of familiar appeal to us.

Here are the first 9 spreads from my sketchbook. Each spread is based on images of people found under a specific Instagram tag:










Hi there! :)

Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Min oldemor hæklede fine servietter - a sketchbook project

Starting a project in one of my homemade accordion sketchbooks.

The subject is my great grandmother's crocheted everyday items.