Here is another UK/Australia comparison – this time of spiders. I have drawn a little friendly one, and one big mean angry one. Can you guess which one represents spiders from UK and which one represents spiders from Australia?
have now moved my blog over to my domain, so you can now find it at http://www.eddcrosscomics.co.uk/edd_cross_comics_blog I found it very difficult and bothersome to modify it once I had transferred it, that it took my whole day off to do! Does anybody else find it difficult to modify once they have transferred their blogger…
I am now working at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve which is a fantastic nature park in Canberra. Everyday I get to see kangaroos and emus. One day I saw a long necked turtle in one of the small lakes and I just had to make it of the Teenage Mutant Ninja variety!
After I went into the Body Shop one day I picked up a leaflet regarding “Miracle Treatment” where you can make donations to help the orangutans in Borneo. The orangutan picture on the leaflet was so cute, and being a fan of orangutans, I had to draw it and so hear it is.
Missing my pet fish back at home inspired me to sketch this chap, my favourite kind of fish, angelfish!
With all the amazing wildlife there is here, I have taken full opportunity of our local library to find all the information about them that I can. This has been a huge help in developing my Possum cartoon (and helping with my website developments…).
I take a lot of enjoyment and inspiration from reading the Batman Black and White Series. I am currently getting stuck into Volume 3, and as always when reading Batman I like to draw him too:
For my birthday, Hazel sponsored a Koala for me! She is called Peach and lives at Featherdale Wildlife Park. Her enclosure: And (I think) this picture is of her: Whilst at Featherdale we were also able to have a photo opportunity with a koala (this isn’t Peach). Then out came the sketchbook:
On my birthday we had an amazing meal at the Gunyah restaurant which is surrounded within trees and more trees. And what lives in trees? POSSUMS!As we were leaving the restaurant one little possum came out to wish me a Happy Birthday and struck a few poses for me to take some photos of him!
Happy New Year everybody!Here are a few sketches to kick off my blog for 2010. Between Christmas and New Year we stayed in a little place called Kangaroo Valley, and I was inspired to sketch the view from our veranda: In Sydney we went to see the amazing fireworks for New Year – and they were…