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Author Archives: Miko
I was just about to just click the auto thanks reply to those lovely Peeps, when I was interrupted by a herd of Gnu crashing through the studio. On their way, I guess, to greener pastures. Mind you that's the … Continue reading
No rush! No panic! Do what you can, sit back and enjoy and when you are ready, do a little bit more. Rory Mackenzies' advice for gardeners, disabled or not, makes a lot of sense.
It's very odd,creating an idea and an image which make people laugh, is actually taken very seriously. Not a smile comes to my little face, while I'm working on what will make my audience smile. This is one of my various … Continue reading
When you work with a magazine for a while you get to know what illustration content will be acceptable to the editor, art director and readers. In other words you get to know your audience. So Rory Mackenzie's article is … Continue reading
Wednesday 7th January 2015 was a shocking day for Paris and Freedom of the Press. This is my contribution in support.
For all you lovely peeps out there, all those I know and all those peeps I hope to know. Love and Peace to you, your families, your friends and your neighbours.
These 2 illustrations are of, yours truly, 'Moi!' Miko and my elder son, Toby, the photographer. I created them for our 'About Us' page on the brand new Miko greetings card and art print site. Feel free to be … Continue reading
Sorting through some old work, I happened upon this 'realistic owl illustration' I created for the Asda Nature Watch magazine. I didn't realise that our Springwatch friend Chris Packham was presenting nature programmes back in the day. I will, however, always remember the … Continue reading