I overheard this phone call on a train between Clapham Junction and Oxted. So did the rest of the carriage.
I'm planning to do a big walk later this year, so I thought I'd get some practice in.
I painted this portrait of Alfie in 2015 and filmed it as an experiment in time lapse photography. But it reveals something else...
Dedicated to my wonderful girlfriend, Laura (AKA SuperSly).
I picked up a copy of the Brighton Festival 2017 brochure yesterday and I'm so glad that I did.
I feel so torn sometimes between the urge to do something (usually creative) and the desire to see (and hear and read about) what other people are doing.
In my mid-twenties I took my girlfriend at the time to a restaurant on Valentine's Day.
On 1st February I took part in Hourly Comic Day for the first time. I drew fifteen comic strips (one for each hour I was awake) and shared them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with the tag #hourlycomicday. Enjoy.
My best friend, Anthony, moved to Australia with his wife and two children in 2015.
An article in The Big Issue magazine about a vendor called Kelvin Gregory inspired me to draw this comic strip.
Today's artist date didn't go quite to plan; I had intended to go to the National Cat Adoption Centre. But I rescued it with a visit to All Saints Church in Danehill.
5 reasons why I take basketball breaks, and why you should think about doing something similar:
Happy Christmas by John Lennon and Yoko Ono is one of those songs...
This is a quick comic strip that I drew after getting my hair cut in early December.
Time goes quickly when I'm drawing portraits, walking cross-country, experiencing synchronicity and not doing any Christmas shopping.
In this month's video I talk about drawing nine episodes of my new comic strip...
Something my Dad said to me at a recent family gathering.
This week I felt good about drawing two episodes of my new comic strip, and learnt that motivation and productivity comes in waves.
A few days ago I sat down to draw an episode of my new comic strip. But there was a problem...
This actually happened.
Richard Pettitt, cartoonist.