Where friendships are formed and dreams are...
A students perspective. After making a 60 second animation on why I wanted to attend The Do Lectures and receiving an email to inform me that I had a ‘sponsored chair’ with my name on it, I felt sure that taking a leap into the unknown would be good for me. Uni was feeling a bit slow. Life a little too routine. So why not shake it up a bit? Wednesday 25th of April. Three trains from Bath Spa to...
The Day before The Do.
I hope to update this blog as I go along but you know what it’s like. http://lucydo.tumblr.com/
It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man...– Theodore Roosevelt http://blog.thedolectures.co.uk/2012/04/stuff-about-determination/#comments
My ticket to the Do Lectures. So excited, only 3 days to go. http://www.dolectures.com/
Easter is over
From fine Sauvingnon Blanc wines to a mug of lukewarm tap water, from elaborate dishes of slowly cooked lamb in succulent juices to a pitta bread with humous, from London to Bath, I am well and truly back at Uni. And boyo does it feel good! My flatmates very kindly left the flat in a more than acceptable state, meaning I can quite happily walk around with just my socks on and not feel the need to...
Yes, it friggin hurt.
Shortly after I finished the drawings below I managed to fall off a bollard, yes a bollard, and fracture my right elbow in three places. ‘What a twat?’ Yes, you may ask such a question. You may also be thinking ‘Pissed?’ And the answer would be yes to the first and suprisingly no to the second. I’d had one drink that night. Honestly, I’m just an awful climber....
I drew a Chinese Lady.
Over a year ago now I took some time out of that fine education system and went to China for 4 Months. It seems odd to try and explain on here what I experienced there as it was so long ago now, but I guess the important thing to mention is the visual impact it had on me. So I drew a Chinese Lady.