Friday, 10 October 2014

Emma O'Shaughnessy.

Emma O'Shaughnessy, wool and digital painting.

I may need to come up with a better way of naming posts. Calling them after the artist will result in lots (hopefully) of posts with the same name. Which probably isn't a problem at all, so disregard.

Thursday, 9 October 2014

Robert P. Ryan.

Ayy, it's me and my stuff:

Robert P. Ryan, digital painting.

I seemingly have the weird tendency to accidentally draw people I know. It was only when finishing this piece did I realise I had done it again. Probably not the most complimentary of images, so I won't be naming the person, but don't worry: it's not you.

Monday, 6 October 2014

Defné Cetin.

October's got a pulse!

Defné Cetin, watercolour and pen.

Had a minor freak-attack when I checked in on our lovely blog venture today and discovered all the images had been removed. They are kind of an important part of all this. Don't know how long it's been like that but it's all sorted now (I hope).

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Theme for October.

Right, we survived the first month. Try Square is up on it's feet. This month's theme is:

It's Alive.

Again, it is completely up to you how to interpret this theme. It is merely a jumping off point to get your creative juices flowing. Nobody was deducted Try Square points (still not a real thing) for deviating any from last month's theme.

If you're unsure about what we're after, give a look over last month's submissions and check out our Information page. But essentially, do something square and you're golden.

Send completed work to Along with your name you can include any/all of the following: medium (what the piece is made from eg. "pencil"), where you are from, a link to an arty website you may have and maybe a short blurb about the piece. They are all optional, so don't let any of that stand in the way of you sending something in. Just get it done!

Okay, October, yaaaay!