Art, Coffee, Tea and Blogs

So here we are at he end of the month and coincidentally the end of my 4 word title. Nice how that worked out. But lets move on to Blogs. A general topic that I will use to introduce a few quirky site that I believe you will enjoy. And by the by that’s one of my cartoons on top.


We founded Doodlers Anonymous in 2008 to celebrate the addiction—our incessant need to draw, sketch, and doodle, be it with a pencil in a sketchbook, a marker on a napkin, a pen on a torn receipt, a Sharpie on concrete.

                            Ancient Artists

There is a quote from Alice Neel

“You should keep on painting no matter how difficult it is, because this is all part of the experience, and the more experience you have, the better it is…unless it kills you, and then you know you have gone too far.” I like that!!

Lines and Colors

Lines and Colors is a blog about painting, drawing, sketching, illustration, comics, cartoons, webcomics, art history, concept art, gallery art, digital art, artist tools and techniques, motion graphics, animation, sci-fi and fantasy illustration, paleo art, storyboards, matte painting, 3d graphics and anything else I find visually interesting. If it has lines and/or colors, it’s fair game.


Geek by day and lifestyle writer by night. An eye for designer bargains, travel addict counting 50+ countries, DIY + foodie! Bringing you stories of travel, fashion and lifestyle from Edinburgh/London and other lovely places, both within the UK and overseas.

The sites are random so don’t blame me if you’re disappointed. Or better yet let me know what you want to see. So there.

as always

Imagination is never still. The Marks we make are Verb

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Donald Kolberg graduated with a Fine Arts Degree from California State University, Los Angeles. He taught at the Los Angeles School of Art and co-founded Art Core, an organization dedicated to the open dialogue and display of the work of emerging artists. He continued his Master studies at Otis Art Institute. While at Otis Art Institute his teacher and main influence was internationally recognized painter Arnold Mesches. In Artcore he worked under the guidance of Lydia Takashita. With their teaching Donald learned the value of depth, texture and form in images and surface. He incorporated this into his concept of Life Forms, the portrayal of the human figure as a landscape of life and a celebration of form through Sculpture and Painting.

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