Category Archives: Poetry

New Stuff…

I’m busy working on a new project that will be revealed soon…ish. Well, not soon. Sometime.  In the meantime, I’ve made a few new things, had some things made, and drawn lots of silly things. You can keep up with … Continue reading

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A Few Illustrations…

….that I’ve made recently for my friend, Dom Conlon, over on Inkology.co.uk. Click on the title to read the poem.

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Free Colouring Sheet: The Out of The Blue Zoo

I have illustrated a fabulous nonsense poem by Dom Conlon. Here’s my drawing before I added colour. The animals are pretty fantastical. What colours do you think they should be? Click on the image to download and print out the … Continue reading

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Dr Dribble

Dr Dribble is a thoroughly despicable doctor. He is the invention of Dom Conlon.  You can read about his terrible ways at Inkology.co.uk or click on the picture above to go straight to the animated version and hear and see Dom … Continue reading

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Mr Tardily-Mess

My friend, Dom Conlon, wrote a nonsense poem about Mr Tardily-Mess yesterday. I could see straight way what he should look like, so here he is: Click on the image to visit Inkology.co.uk and read the poem. 🙂  

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A new haiku illustration

Silk whispers secrets A child climbs an old oak tree Blossom falls like rain. Words by Dom Conlon. Illustration by me.

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Haiku

Three images by me and three Haiku by Dom Conlon which grew out of something entirely different, which you will hear more about in due course. The images were prompted by a few words, which in turn were expanded into haiku … Continue reading

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