A while ago someone got in touch about Tribe sketches – I thought they were all gone. An old sketchbook has turned up 5, rough and dirty on A4.
Back in the run up to the Into The Dark show, David Bilbrough from Unit-44 came by and took some photos of what I was working on.
It’s suddenly relevant given that I’m Never Shopping Here Again opens next week and some of its contents are featured, what-what.
Mostly, with gouache in small form. Small, small. Smaller than usual.
I’m trying to crank out a few more drawings these days. You know, for the sake of progress. Really though, they only happen when I’m waiting for some paint to dry or stuck between audiobooks, listlessly moving the shit around on my desk. Jesus, that makes me as cranky as a guy in the 90’s who couldn’t get a clear picture on the telly during a sporting event.
Anyway. This is my favourite scrawl to date, right here. Think it trumps most of my canvases.
Also, I’ve got a new print on the way. It’s early days right now, but it’s definitely a-go-go. To illustrate the current status: Black Rat Projects go “Hey, Candice, let’s do another print” and I go “Yeah, how about this?” and they go “Yeah, that would work” but really we sound more excited than that and then I go “alright cool, soon as it dries, it’s on the way” and then I get nervous excited.