Belvedere – My illustrated children’s book
This blog will follow my journey as I attempt to become a better writer and a better artist. I will talk about the writing process, celebrate any milestones I make with my writing and post the odd review, as well as discussing art supplies and showing examples of my work as I (hopefully) improve. As a PhD student and tutor in IT, I'll also ramble about computer/multimedia related things occasionally.
Inevitably, I will also frequently whine about a lack of chocolate, or laugh about my dog doing stupid stuff.
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Category Archives: Reviews
Time for another art supply comparison post, this time on water-soluble pastels and crayons! As with my coloured pencil comparison, I’m only testing products that are marketed as ‘Artist Grade’. The crayons/pastels I’ll be testing in this post are: Caran … Continue reading
With the multitude of coloured pencil brands to choose from, it’s understandable that the beginner artist might face some confusion when trying to decide which one is best for them. This can depend on several factors, from colour range and … Continue reading
As an incurable art supply addict, I was excited when UK pencil company Derwent released their latest product, the Artbar. Available in 72 colours, they are a watersoluble wax crayon. You can use them in the same way as traditional … Continue reading
Modified version of review originally submitted at Jerry’s Artarama Art Supplies. I bought myself the 24-colour set as an early Christmas present and it has been one of my best purchases. The variety of bright and vivid colours means that … Continue reading
Hell’s Bells is the sequel to John Connolly’s first Samuel Johnson novel, The Gates. Set in the English town of Biddlecombe, the story picks up fifteen months after the events of the first novel, in which the demonic Mrs Abernathy’s … Continue reading