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by Nathan Leonard

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Here are a few things I drew with my actual hands. As always, I am fully aware that these are, at best, of variable quality. I mean, they were all done in biro, on lined paper, so only a fool would expect something worthy of the Louvre.


I was going to draw a sea scene, but those little suckers are too fiddly. I got bored of drawing the squid after only four tentacles, so I put on some bird legs and a pair of robotic arms. It's the future of squids. Invest your money now. I'm not sure what the other thing is, I just needed something to fill the space.


I like this one. I think cell structures are quite aesthetically pleasing, and I did A-level biology, so I know a little bit about them. Some of the things in this are real micro-organisms, and others are just made up.

Pine Cone

Just started drawing something, and it turned out to be a kind of pine cone thing. It just goes to show that you can't be too careful.


I think this one pretty much speaks for itself. It's a castle with lots of stuff going on in it.


A bit of an abstract. I just started drawing shapes in one corner of the page, and filled up the whole page like that, just drawing what I thought would look good. Came out quite well, I thought.


This came out less well. I think I was trying to do some kind of abstract wormhole thing, but it just didn't really work. The spaceship things don't really go with the abstract shapes. Could have been good, but I fluffed it.


I was very ill and feverish when I drew this, and with that in mind, I think it's quite good.


This one is quite mathematical. Basically, it's composed of square tiles made up of nine smaller tiles. The rule was that wherever one tile met another, the colour had to be different on the other side. The other rule was that I couldn't use the same tile twice. I managed it. Hurrah.

Pixel (mk 2)

Exactly the same as before, but done on a computer, so I could have a go at extending it without risking going down a dead end.

Pixel (mk 3)

This is as far as I managed to extent it.

That's all for now, folks.

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