dwayne bell

Friday, 29 October 2010

IF - RACE


OK, so quite obviously influenced by this but as long as I acknowledge that, then it's fine.

saturday's paper


Paris





nelly boy






Forgive the further MTB induldence, here's some sweeet pics of my good riding friend, Neil (once again sporting our self designed riding tops). Photos by Ian Linton over at roots and rain.

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

shapes


It's quite good fun just playing with colour and shapes. It's quite childish also. But mainly fun.

Monday, 25 October 2010

mark making


I'm just starting a new piece of work and was playing about with some basic elements and this happened. It's neither nowt nor summit (as we say) but I kinda fell for it. Those lines and marks.

black bird


Saw this cheeky chap, he just didn't care that I was only a few feet away and sat happily waiting for me to get the phone/camera up and running.

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Journey to work



Tuesday, 19 October 2010

amazing



A process known as mapping, on the astrological tower clock situated in the Old Town Square in the center of Prague. Part of the 600 year anniversary of the structure.
The Macula

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Friday, 8 October 2010

illustration friday - beneath





Having just read Stephen King's, IT, the word 'beneath' was a great opportunity to create an image inspired by the story.

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Helmet light (maybe)


OK, so no one, and I mean, no one, will care. The torch I mentioned on a previous and equally universally uninteresting post, arrived and using a rubber thing from a mud guard and some zip ties, I got it fitted rather nicely.
My motto - if it can't be fixed with zip ties, don't buy it.

red bull rampage




OK, so this was originally going to be the home of my illustration work but it has kinda morphed into a online scrap book of odds and sods. I'm happy with that though. So, on with the show.
Red Bull's infamous, Rampage event 'went off' this weekend and as always made me and many others look on whilst thinking "WTF!". Seriously, how do they get their heads round this sort of thing? I can look at something a few feet high for ages before chickening out. Some amazing images and videos on the web. These by Ian Hylands. Oh, and no one died, so that's good.