It’s been a busy couple of weeks here at Corporate Crayon HQ, so apologies for the delay. I know you are eager to see more drawings of quality emerge from my evenings at The Royal Drawing School. It’s been a real ‘YAY! – BOOOO’ fortnight. The biggest yay being we had our most excellent friends, the Dowlings, come and stay for the weekend so no time for drawing practice or blog writing. I’ve had no time to draw for fun either as I have been wrestling HTML coding whilst designing some email newsletters for a client. Continue reading “Back to the drawing school – Weeks 3 and 4”
Did you have a little snigger at last weeks drawings? Good. You’re going to love this weeks masterpieces.
Week 2 at the Royal Drawing School studying Drawing for Comics and Graphic Novels and this evening we are joined by life models, Tom and Lydia. “Don’t expect any of your drawings to be good this week. We shall be doing lots of them and quickly,” our quietly spoken leader, Emily told us in her intro. Surely mine can’t get any worse?
I have known Matilda’s (Matty’s) mum, Natalie for eight years. She was largely responsible for hiring me at Rightmove all those years ago so she had no choice but to like me and champion my work and painting skills. Since those carefree, hardworking, copious-drinking and limb-breaking days, much changed for both of us. We have found men folk to move in with, have became mums and both moved on in our careers…plus a whole heap of other little things in between.
All graphic designers have exceptional drawing skills. However, there are exceptions to all rules and I am she.
On Monday night, I started a new course at the Royal Drawing School here in London. It sounds very grand, doesn’t it? The Royal Drawing School is in fact a charity so the public drawing courses they offer to amateurs like myself are very, very reasonably priced.