I recently started painting - I usually try to be amusing or bemusing because there are already many really good artists out there doing "normal" things & I am a beginner. I have tried a few normal subjects though - for the hell of it. I also like making & fixing things and am currently making detailed plans for a sub 1 metre size Geobat (it will be a sort of flying sculpture - round aircraft powered by cylindrical ducted fan) Interview with Stevie The Fixer
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World heritage bridge
Size: 26 H x 31 W x 0.2 cm

The famous Forth Bridge seen from the picturesque village of North Queensferry (plus a storm because I like them) Acrylics on board & framed. Privately owned

Vacuum of space
Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.3 cm

We all feel this way about housework sometimes! Acrylics on a small board, unframed, self-hanging

Aquarium mechanica
Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.3 cm

In an alternative universe we pay to see submarines instead of fish. Acrylics on a small board - self-hanging, unframed.

Chicken squadron
Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.2 cm

2 ladies escaping and flying high. Acrylics on a small board.

Mighty pen
Size: 30 H x 25 W x 0.2 cm

More mighty than the sword. Acrylics on a small board.

Mouse & candle hand drier
Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.2 cm

A cutaway side view of what I believe is inside the less powerful ones that are still in some washrooms. Acrylics on a small board

Pink pig air race
Size: 41 H x 51 W x 0.2 cm

For "Modern Democracy I needed flying pigs so I gave them personal airships. Being competitive critters we see them here with more powerful ones having a race. Acrylics on a large board

T21 winch launch
Size: 40 H x 30 W x 15 cm

A vintage Ex-RAF Training Slingsby T21 glider being launched by winch at its home - Portmoak Airfield in Scotland. Acrylics on canvas. Original now on display at the Scottish Gliding Centre.

Alice and dougal
Size: 40 H x 51 W x 2 cm

The typical family doggy enjoying/suffering the typical little girl using him as a combined fashion model and horse. Acrylics on canvas

Moon as a balloon
Size: 40 H x 51 W x 1 cm

Just for fun. Acrylics on a board.

Modern democracy
Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.2 cm

Hence the pigs flying, sheep, ears dying next to a symbol of authority. Acrylics on a small board.

Gardening time
Size: 30 H x 32 W x 0.1 cm

A comment on the human condition when faced with a problem. Water colours on a large card

A roaring fire
Size: 46 H x 61 W x 20 cm

An ordinary humble brick fireplace with a nice log fire warming us up. Acrylics on canvas

1908 farman voisin
Size: 21 H x 26 W x 2 cm

Henri Farman flying somewhere in northern France at under 40 knots! some time before his epic cross country flight. Acrylics on an oval canvas

Size: 40 H x 30 W x 2 cm

A holiday island. Based loosely on the tower at Wangerooge. Acrylics on an oval canvas

The watcher
Size: 30 H x 30 W x 2 cm

A painting of a strange dream I had once. Out of total blackness this half-human, half-alien face materialised slowly and watched me closely for what seemed like minutes. No expression, no words - and then just faded away to blackness again. Acrylics on a round canvas

Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.2 cm

What happens if you scare a balloon seller - as seen from up among the clouds. Acrylics on a small board

Decisions decisions !

All about life's choices - or maybe a cut-down version of the average Bond Film script. Photograph.

Size: 40 H x 40 W x 2 cm

A train flies past on its morning run to The City Of Gold. The idea came from a flightsim that I was working on. I tried to stop a train from crossing a bridge but later, during testing, it flew past me about 700 feet up in pieces and reformed on the track a few miles away. Acrylics on canvas

Highway of the gods
Size: 27 H x 36 W x 0.1 cm

The Mayan Corn God in a convertible with the technical bits from the stone carving of the "Spaceship God" Pak-Al A drawing on card.

Flying manual
Size: 11 H x 15 W x 0.1 cm

More of my warped sense of humour. A drawing on a small card.

Musical sea power
Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.2 cm

Acrylics on a small board.

Fishing with bait
Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.2 cm

You never know what is lurking beneath the waves. Acrylics on a small board.

Oops terribly sorry
Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.2 cm

Or why I don't live too close to the sea. Acrylics on a small board.

The origin of ties
Size: 25 H x 30 W x 0.2 cm

Android dudes in our distant past being left here to try out breathing tubes - the look was copied as ties and became fashion (but an uncomfortable one). Acrylics on a small board.

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