Steve Kidd Art

london

Left foot forward ๐Ÿ‘ฃ

Sketching my left foot, ideally I’d have done it quicker because I’d gone numb by the time I’d finished. ย S

Figure drawing with construction lines and an Instagram race ๐Ÿ

In the Harold Speed book, The Practice and Science of Drawing, there is an exercise on figure drawing and building up the scaf

๐ŸฆŒ Reindeer, life size(ish), drawn on the office wall.

  This is officially the largest drawing I’ve done (so far). I had to stretch up to do the top of the antlers. ย An

Royal Exchange sketch

As part of my “grand master plan” and following in the footsteps of those that have gone before I’ve started

Inked violinist ๐ŸŽป

A quick ink sketch with the excellent Pentel ink brush pen. The violin was rubbish but the violists coat came out ok. These ar

Lotus Elises, that girl with the pearl, an excuse to go to the pub and some pigeons๐Ÿ–Œโœ๏ธ

Here's that familiar girl, first drawn as a crosshatch practice and then redrawn exercising the brain cells a little hard

๐Ÿ›ต Vespa GTS Super, quick with the bic.

A quickie sketch of one of my favourite scooters. One advantage of working in London is the availability of subject matter whe

A simple speed improvement exercise.

The drawing on the left was carried out whilst stood (uncomfortably) in front of this statue of Sir John Sloane at the Bank of

Mobile phone drawing – no excuses!!

No excuses for you that is… A majority of people these days have smartphones, indeed I’d imagine that many viewing

London skyline from Canary Wharf

This is an early attempt at a watercolour skyline.  Well, an early attempt at a watercolour anything actually – I&#