I took a tree theme for this year’s inktober, although I didn’t manage an ink drawing every day. For the first time, I did the ink drawings without sketching in pencil first.
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This is a video I made recently. On the whole, Stroud isn’t too bad for traffic, compared to cities. However, the tailbacks in rush hour are long – certainly no rushing occurs! Walking past crawling cars is a frequent feature of my life. I think I get the better deal. How many people in these cars could have walked, or cycled to their destination?
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I made these two videos for the Pagan Federation online disabilities festival in May.
This first one I started much earlier in the year, charting the growth of the garlic – I haven’t got the final part of the process where it dies back.
This second video is a chant. I wrote it specifically for the event after Debi asked whether anyone could do one.