Thursday, 23 July 2009

Rescued Pages

I love searching through my old drawings. I should have done it before. But there have been some nasty surprises too, such as discovering a sketchbook which my younger son had ripped apart. My younger son and my youngest critic it seems.

In one sketchbook I found these small drawings of my wife and our energetic cat. If you look closely (by clicking on the image) you will notice that there is also a bump in this picture. That's my younger son again.

This page was damaged, and the drawings themselves were so off-hand that I had done them over the top of heavily corrected plans for some building work. Fortunately, Photoshop can clean all that up. Shame it can't change nappies too.


  1. Feeling nostalgic Mr Taylor? I've a few of your old masterpieces in my loft, along with Mr Kirk's and Mr Cousel's.

    Just stumbled accross your blog. Great to hear you are doing well.

    If you do figure out how to change nappies with Photoshop, be sure to let me know.

    Kind regards,
    Mr Groom.
    [Of Pastons Past]

  2. Hey, Darren! I've just spotted this message. Good to hear from you.


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