Sunday, 21 March 2010

these eyes and this tower

one last thing i'm working on before i leave falmouth for easter, or have been the last few nights anyway. creative energy is a little low at the moment due to the stress of the last week of getting my illustrated book done, but as of now that is all printed, edited, bound and handed in so from now until the first day of term there is no immediate work to be done, just this work above that i'm working away at every now and again (i'm keeping it under wraps because if it gets all sorted, it's going to be big. hopefully) and some reading to do for our next brief at the start of the next term which is fairly open, but it's ''applied'' illustration meaning it's still to a specification of sorts. more on that at another date.

sadly i didn't take any photos of my book as i was binding on the very last day of the deadline (just like everyone else, i'm not *the* slowest in the class) and i forgot my camera but i'll grab some snaps after easter or maybe just throw up the book files itself if there's nothing else to blog about over the FOUR WEEKS rest. i am ridiculously excited about getting home. not so much the train journey, but i've books to read, a sketchbook to fill and new albums to delve into so whatever, just get it over with. 

it's been a good term on the falmouth front, not quite the same antics and hilarity of the first term but that was freshers and an ease into work, whereas this term they've hit us with three big projects and the finale of the illustrated book itself so things have been hectic to say the least. pros have been house parties, diana camera, finding a house, great weather, vinyl and the same good people who make it the best of the best down here, but that sounds soppy so enough of that. cons aren't to be spoken about.

train -> home -> family -> friends -> xbox -> bed -> the holidays -> ??? -> traim -> falmouth.



  1. interesting vision, i hope to see som of that sketchbook you´re talking about!

  2. the cascading shards are beautiful.
    they look like they're raining.
    i likes.