7 July 2014: I'm back

Seven countries, two sketchbooks, and many roads, rivers, buses, borders, mountains, caves, cafes, beaches and sunsets later, I'm back. Check out five months worth of sketches on my blog. The sketches from the last country we visited, Burma, will go live over the course of this month.

It was a wonderful trip.

Anyone thinking of going to Burma drop me an email, the country is changing so quickly that printed travel guides are out of date as soon as they are printed.

Cheers,

Caroline

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5 February 2014: Bon Voyage

Three more sketches (of a camp in Norfolk woods, which was freezing), a sequel to my comic "Matilda: Sky Captain of Tomorrow" and a illustration for the Two Thousand and Fourteen project, where 365 artists take a day each throughout 2014 to create an artwork based on that day's news reports. I chose January 20th -the Taiji Cove dolphin cull, with an illustration inspired by various famous Hiroshige prints and a message that traditional doesn't always mean nice. My own view towards the cull is ambiguous.

I leave for five months of travelling in February, so this site won't update untill July where I will hopefully return with a ton of sketches and inspiration from around the world.

I'll try to keep updating my blog as I go.

Cheers,

Caroline

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