Back-ends of various vehicles drawn during mildly epic road trip (when stationary and when it was safe to do so, obv) from Hunstanton through Peterborough, A47, M6, M5 etc. 7 hours journey time in total.See images of both #east and #west seas (taken on same day) earlier in this feed.V-ball.Notebook: Ethel.https://instagram.com/p/tGGy09Hy_9/
Horses and riders at this weekend’s lesson. Drawn without looking (no glasses). Tried to pick up the pace on the second page. Will try and Vine these as an animation when I get the chance. 45 mins Blue Stabilo point 88. Notebook: Ethel
Bit more done to the long term project that is the view over the road. Previously featured as 23/365 and 12/365.Feeling good today. Drawing helps.I have started collecting these on a single page on my blog, go there (link in my bio), and click on 365 on the menu. Also there is a link to my Facebook page which I have just cranked into action again. These drawings will go there as well as anything else I might see fit. Look for the Facebook “F” on the sidebar if you like Facebook.Pencil.Notebook: Ethelhttps://instagram.com/p/26bTgYHyzY/
.Tyndale Baptist Church.Pencil on paper.Struggling on with what I started on 10/365, still a way to go. That neo-gothic religious architecture thing is a real number.Notebook: Ethel.https://instagram.com/p/ptPlGEHyy3/
Tree stumps drawn on the slow move in Leigh Woods.
.Caster wheel on very old piece of furniture we just repurposed into a different part of the house. We are undergoing a major reorganising, lots of memories being resurfaced. Pencil and fountain pen.Notebook: Leonidas.
View from window at work. It’s taken some time this one. This is probably the fifth update? I thought I’d get the leaves done before they fell off again. Drawn whilst waiting for large framed Arnold test renders. Time: unknown. Pencil. Notebook: Ethel.
More work on the sketch of the beloved Vittoria begun on 91/365. Still warm enough to sit outside so. Pencil. 15 mins. Notebook: Ethel.
Paul Greer is head of CGI at BDH in Bristol. He also experiments with animation and tells stories with pictures.
His work has appeared in British Style Genius, Frozen Planet, Wonders of the Universe, Countdown to Life and the animated poems for the recent War of Words: Soldier Poets of the Somme. He recently kept an Animated Journal. He lives in the West of England.
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