I just downloaded a 30 day trial of mud box and it is so much fun!I don’t really know my way round it yet but I’m just going to have a bit of a play in between drawing and running and binding sketchbooks. 

I just downloaded a 30 day trial of mud box and it is so much fun!
I don’t really know my way round it yet but I’m just going to have a bit of a play in between drawing and running and binding sketchbooks. 


I don’t have a scanner at the moment which is shit but I’m happy and I’m healthy and I’m making work for myself which is something I haven’t done in ages.
I’m not going to post everyday but I might drop a photo set of what I’m up to every now and then. 
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I don’t have a scanner at the moment which is shit but I’m happy and I’m healthy and I’m making work for myself which is something I haven’t done in ages.
I’m not going to post everyday but I might drop a photo set of what I’m up to every now and then. 
Zoom Info

I don’t have a scanner at the moment which is shit but I’m happy and I’m healthy and I’m making work for myself which is something I haven’t done in ages.

I’m not going to post everyday but I might drop a photo set of what I’m up to every now and then. 


The girl burst out laughing; she knew she was nobody’s meat. She laughed at him full in the face, she ripped off his shirt for him and flung it into the fire, in the fiery wake of her own discarded clothing.

The girl burst out laughing; she knew she was nobody’s meat. She laughed at him full in the face, she ripped off his shirt for him and flung it into the fire, in the fiery wake of her own discarded clothing.

Who has come to sing us carols, she said.Those are the voices of my brothers, darling; I love the company of wolves.

Who has come to sing us carols, she said.
Those are the voices of my brothers, darling; I love the company of wolves.

Quack, quack! went the duck and a wolf came slinking out of the forest, a big one, a heavy one, he weighed as much as a grown man and the straw gave way beneath him - into the pit he tumbled. The hunter jumped down after him, slit his throat, cut off all his paws for a trophy. And then no wolf at all lay in front of the hunter but the bloody trunk of a man, headless, footless, dying, dead.

Quack, quack! went the duck and a wolf came slinking out of the forest, a big one, a heavy one, he weighed as much as a grown man and the straw gave way beneath him - into the pit he tumbled. The hunter jumped down after him, slit his throat, cut off all his paws for a trophy. And then no wolf at all lay in front of the hunter but the bloody trunk of a man, headless, footless, dying, dead.

Johann Rohl Illustration

I’ve been drawing quite regularly at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology recently so I’ve been uploading stuff to my ‘Sketchbook’ page, I think I’ve basically drawn every single thing in the Mexican folk art collection, anyway check it x