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Jane Lang

Sideways glance face

There are moments and poses that stay forever in my mind. I first drew this lovely woman a while ago and recently while clearing out old sketches revisited it. I only got a

Artists drawing artists

It is such a gift to be with other artists who are non judgemental and on my side. Even better when we have an agreement to draw one another. 20 Minutes of utter

The auction picture

The pen is very happy. The doodles that I’ve been doing for years (since I was a toddler in fact) are morphing into full scale pictures. To be honest they have been for

Doodling again – the restless pen!

I’m working on a project (under wraps at the moment) but when I stop working the pen refuses to lie still hence the attached drawing done in front of some sort of detective.

Experimental free form drawing

Playing with the line is, to my mind, I imagine like playing jazz. The notes have been learnt, the portraits drawn and the skills learnt so now its time to play. Its somehow

Festival faces x 1

The pen is up, alive and excited because the Brighton festival is on. So much inspiration to draw. This cheers me up. I might look at a face and then store it in

Starting a portrait of a cat

Creating an animal portrait is, strangely, just as challenging as a human one. Firstly their owner is very aware of EXACTLY what they look like. Secondly every animal, like every human, is different…very

Drawing Colin

In doing portraits I am often asked to do someone or some creature who is no longer with us. Passed away, passed over or just plain died. My darling late and very funny

Sky Arts Self Portrait

I wondered what I would look like to me now. Doing others portraits is much easier because there is a recognition. After Colin died I didn’t recognize myself. Though I must say vanity