The final one was a prediction of future clothes in the far distant date of 2019.
Thought I would do a quick redraw as a break from work:
|I hate drawing legs!|
|I hate drawing legs!|
"They have been published, it seems, for general criticism; and one gathers that in the modern Utopia the administration presents the most elaborately detailed schemes of any proposed alteration in law or custom, some time before any measure is taken to carry it into effect, and the possibilities of every detail are acutely criticized, flaws anticipated, side issues raised, and the whole minutely tested and fined down by a planetful of critics, before the actual process of legislation begins."
~ H G Wells (A Modern Utopia )
How you do that last one, of course is not always easy...
- Text is clear. = Draw it clearly.
- Text is ambiguous but Bible clarifies it elsewhere. = Draw it clearly.
- Text is ambiguous but good commentators agree. = Interpretation strongly implied by the images.
- Text is ambigous and commentators divided. = Draw the images to be as ambiguous as the text.
Walk in a easterly direction along A8After 350yds, continue into B700
|I wasn't planning to have a curtain, but I found this cloth in the Sunday School cupboard, and it really finished it off.|
|Quinaig & Loch Nedd|
|I really like the hands in this.|
"How will you define "success" for this collection?
Wow, good question. There are so many different metrics. At the end of the day, I need to feel like I’ve told the truth. So that’s the first measure of success for me. Beyond that, hearing that the songs found people where they were and helped them would be the second measure. And beyond that, I know my label and management hopes it succeeds commercially. I hope for that, too, because it will mean I can make another record and keep doing this work. Commercial success also reflects that you’ve struck a nerve and that it’s connecting with people, which is important to me as an artist who sees my music more as a way to serve than as a mode of personal expression."
~ Jason Gray
|As always, apologies for paranoid watermarking - I do this when posting commissioned work to protect my clients' rights.|
[Door opens with a spooky creeeeaaak]
And a drear enough place it was. Tallow candles glimmered in their niches, casting long flickering shadows out across the tall oaken desks and the ink-spattered ledgers that sat thereon. In short, it was the very acme of a soulless modern office.
"Why," said I, "This is the least spooky place imaginable."
~ John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme series 8 episode 1
|(other hand behind back)|
|I pick wild garlic when it's there (like now), chop it, and freeze it to use throughout the year.|