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What a life!!! Pedalling along a quiet country lane, with your loved one. Lying in the shadow of a grand old oak tree enjoying your picnic by the meandering brook. Puuuurrrrrfect! There! You expected me to say something funny! Well … Continue reading
…I wonder what he was like to work with. Pretty much a perfectionist I guess, and therefore perhaps not a happy atmosphere in the studio? Four marriages, that's enough to put one in a bad mood and eleven children and … Continue reading
One of many magazine illustrations. Just give me your text and size of illo and KERPOW!!! BOING!!! There it is!!
.…..Well.….Vincent van Gogh wished they'd offered that service back in the day, when he nicked himself shaving! This is yet another of Miko's creations for his Greeting Card Range 'Artistic License'. Maybe its a while since you have visited … Continue reading
I was inspired to post this after having received an email from an Art Director about my latest illustration. The email read: 'Great illustration Miko!' What a Buzz! That's Buzz #8. Here's the whole list: Buzz 1: Getting the phone call for the … Continue reading
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
Anyone who knows me knows I love to experiment. For me trying new things is very much a part of my creative life. Learning something new, trying and testing is progress. I don't stand still for long. Is that good … 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.
I always enjoy the delicate challenge of illustrating Rory Mackenzie's articles for Lifestyle magazine. It is extremely difficult to illustrate topics about the differently abled without being offensive or patronising. Well, thank goodness, Lifestyle keeps on asking for more… and … Continue reading