1st review for The Princess and the Cafe on the Moat!

1st review in for 'The Princess and the Cafe on the Moat' I illustrated last year! Read it here...
It's out next month I think! ...
"Chloe Douglass’ illustrations are kid-friendly and diverse, with an array of characters (including African American) on every page" :D



Last dummy rough done!

Last rough done for the dummy! Me and Bear have the same expression right now


Warm up winter olympics doodle

I am enjoying that the girls who do skiing and snowboarding pull the front bits of their hair through their helmets


Colour Collective-Boto Pink

Some days are just doggone hard to feel chipper. Especially if you're made to wear a pink tutu. 



A loose line  (Am I the only one that giggles at that term?!)


sophies choice

when your art imitates life....this is me in my kitchen realising I need to start making some Sophie's choice decisions on what makes the postcards for the book fairs this year... *stirs tea endlessly*


Book Cover

Over on twitter theres a link going on where you get nominated to post a book cover with no reason or explanation.  Off the top of my head I chose this one :)



Spent this evening listening to Prof Lauren Stewart’s inaugural lecture @GoldsmithsUoL The hubby got a cracking name drop at the end for his PhD work in upper limb rehabilitation research for stroke survivors @GoldsmithsMSP and I managed some doodling

100 Years

Today's warm up doodle. Here's to those women who gave everything to pave the way for us to have a vote. 1918 saw women over 30 who met minimum property requirements get a vote. The Equal Franchise Act 1928 meant all women over 21 had the right to vote on equal terms with men.