It’s been a bit quiet around my blog recently. I’ve been super busy, with my family visiting from England. We’ve been on holidays all over the place – eating our way around beautiful Tasmania, and having some beachy fun in South Australia. And of course, eating a whole lot more there too. I think eating freshly caught crayfish whilst watching the sunset on the beach has to be one of the most blissful things I have ever done!

I haven’t had a whole lot of time to do drawing, and I have really missed it! Especially as I signed up to do the Lilla Rogers MATS Assignment Bootcamp course. I read the brief whilst I was on holiday, and was itching to get started – drawing cuckoo clocks! I did a couple of pages of rough sketches and ideas, but couldn’t seem to stick to the theme of clocks – I found myself drawing animals and Swiss milk maids. And before I knew what was happening, my milk maid had turned into a goat farmer. I think it must be all the goats cheese I was obsessed with eating whilst in Tasmania….

And here she is.

Rebecca_Jones_Goat-Farmer

And now I really should get back to drawing cuckoo clocks, I haven’t got a whole lot of time left to complete my assignment on time!

  1. Jane jones says:

    I love this colourful, stylish vintage style illustration – brings back memories of the Bruny Island Cheese Company and all the delicious cheeses they make ! wonderful, well done xxx

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