*Rushes into the room, desperately trying to attach clip on tie* Sorry sorry sorry! I’m late, yes but we can’t let something like a measly 24 hours to diminish the joy of the Sunday night sketchbook! Either way, let’s get right to it- a shorter amount today, however it has been justified! Uni has been busy! Either way, enjoy!
The ‘coming soon’ screen for my twitch channel! Getting it to work has proved to be a bitch however! Drawn as part of the funky mic-less livestream last week!
Another picture from the stream! Experimenting with light etc. Not the best, but it’s progress!
So Chris wants a picure of his face huh?! I’ll give you pictures of faces!
“When I grow up, I want to be a superintendent or a caterpillar”- Ralph Wiggum. You go, Ralph.
Some of my kind, wonderful customers have already got their hands on some LitZippo brand gear! Much love guys!
Starrmugs! They’ll never give you up.
Peyton -bot- Guaranteed 100% more pizza power!*
*never guaranteed ever complete lie do not consume
Velociradster makes even the nerdiest Jabrionis Radical!
As you guys may or may not know, I come from a very small and relatively remote island called Raasay. It’s an awesome place to have grown up, and it’s stuffed full of history and interesting sites. One such obsession I’ve had is with the Raasay Iron Mines, which were worked on the island during the First World War. There are miles of mineshafts running underneath the island, and my friend recently went exploring in some of them. These tunnels are almost 100 years old, and have probably only been seen a handful of times since the mines were closed. You can look through the album below on the Raasay Facebook page I help run, and I’ve included a history of the mines in the captions of the photos. Enjoy! I love the history of the Islands, and hopefully I’ll post more stuff here soon. Until then, there’s a new post on the Raasay Facebook page every day- photos, history and news, so if you enjoy that kind of stuff, give us a like! We’ve already got over twice as many likes as there are people living on the island as it is.