March on.

Hello, many apologies for the late desktop but it is here now! This month’s desktop is the result of many hours of mindless doodling, and inspired by a billion things going on in my life. When I’ve got heavy things on the mind I have my own version of meditating – obsessively tiny doodling. I’ve…

3D rendering by Cristina

The other week Cristina asked me if she could include some of my artwork in her interior design 3D Studio Max class work and she has posted the result on her blog today. Such fantastic renders! I used to work for an architectural firm and found 3D rendering intriguing. I loved seeing how she incorporated…

28 days of picnics

I think I was in a picnic mood while designing February’s desktop. Maybe I’ll make all my friends drive up to Mt Nebo where we can eat cupcakes, look out to the bay and pretend we live in the mountains and not in the city. Go download a desktop before February disappears into March! 1920×1200…

Doodling in the margins of November

The jacaranda trees are blooming here and they always remind me of being in primary school. We used to collect the least squished flowers from the ground, thread them on twigs and present purple wands to our teachers and mothers. I remember all my exercise books so fondly, and how I’d doodle in them all…

Show us your doodle. Your lunchdoodle!

Some smart, funny and good looking people (who will no doubt quibble over how I’ve linked them!) came up with the idea of lunch doodles over Twitter, and they’d been showing each other the funny drawings they’d done while eating lunch (or working, but don’t tell their bosses that!) I thought it was such a…