Space cats

Here’s what I’ve been working on today – gel, indian ink and alcohol pens on purple card.

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New products for sale!

I’m very pleased to announce a new set of cards and sculptures for sale – if you want to buy, PayPal bimblefoot@gmail.com and use the comments to tell me what you want.

£3 each or £22 for any 10 cards inc UK postage (contact me for shipping prices)

Also leather cthulus and ghost birds- £12 each inc. UK postage.

Art update

Here’s what I’ve been making this weekend..

Little handstitched notebooks..

Ready for #lutonalternativemarket on Sunday 25th Feb at the George II..

Little arts

Here’s what I have been doing the last week or so…

Ghosts of birds..

I’ve been busy making these for #lutonalternativemarket..

Welcome!

Hello if you’ve just come to this page after meeting me at Luton Alternative Market and taking a business card.

 

I’ll be trying to keep this blog more up to date now.

 

You can find my stall at the next Luton Alternative Market on 25th Feb at the George II Bute St, Luton.

 

Darrel Inns and I are putting together a colouring book by Luton artists over the summer – if you’d like to contribute, get in touch – androktone@hotmail.com. Here are some of the pictures I’m contributing.

Colouring book..

Darrel Inns and I are putting together a colouring book by local artists – here are a couple of the panels I designed..

We are still accepting submissions.. to bimblefoot@gmail.com

Alternative Markets

..A couple of weeks ago we went to the Northampton Alternative Bring and Buy market,. which was brilliant. I sold a lot of art, and I came home with some amazing little beasts from Spooky Doof creations and Pins and Needles

Here are a few of the bits I sold..

 

Anyway it went so well and was so much fun that we decided to do our own version in Luton on 3rd December.. still a couple of stalls available..

 

luton alternative market - Edited

Inks and things

Last night we were watching “Nuts” the documentary and  Game of Thrones and I had all the inks out and later the alcohol pens (less dangerous after a couple of glasses of mulled wine) and I drew these. I am now slightly worried about my sanity but quite pleased by how they turned out.

 

( windsor&newton indian ink, and quink inks on watercolour paper – or alcohol markers on canvass board)