Sunday, 27 October 2013

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             'ere. The Templar Books Paper Watch Auction is now up and running so if I were you I'd get over there and check out the amazing array of affordable delights on offer and pick yourself a spiffing timepiece asap.

In case you'd forgotten, it's all in aid of Breast Cancer Care so you'd be making a donation at the same time. Please take a look here

This is my contribution and I've added a few development drawings which I'll include as a giveaway for the succesful bidder on my particular watch.

Thursday, 24 October 2013

Thursday, 10 October 2013

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                     A few ugly mugs from the book of scribbles

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

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The Paper Watch Project - Templar Publishing

Those smashing people at Templar Publishing in the land of Surrey (UK)
are running a tick-tock-tastic project to raise money for Breast Cancer Care.

No less than 80 illustrators will be personally designing the face of a very cool 
paper watch (as shown) before they go up for public auction, online, in late September 2013.
Keep watching this space for details as I'll be keeping track of progress.
(watches will have a minimum bid of £15)

Other reference points for hot news and 
previews of all the watches as they come in;

special mention and best wishes to 
Creative Director Amanda Wood @ Templar Publishing

Saturday, 6 July 2013

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                             A quick scribbling experiment messing around with the iMotion App.

Thursday, 16 May 2013

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                                               A little experiment - scribbling with clay

Saturday, 27 April 2013

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

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My 90th Blog post. Let's celebrate with a tune.

You can join me now on Twitter to keep up
with day to day progress.

Saturday, 13 April 2013

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I have been rocketed onto the social networking 
scene so you can now follow me on Twitter
Just go to
and search for @chrismouldink

Monday, 8 April 2013

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                                                               More on the violin

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

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Making use of an old violin (courtesy of my good friend Mr Chris Hirst of Instrumental Fixations)
More progress to come soon.

Friday, 29 March 2013

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A Sense of Place

I've been in my studio at Dean Clough Mills for over five years now.
Formerly the largest carpet mill in the world it is now a regenerated space and is home
to over 150 businesses aswell as various arts projects, the famous Cooking School,
and nine gallery spaces, not to mention the bars and restaurants, cafes and anything
else you might need. A room for the night? A gymnasium? A touch of retail therapy?

The current project to re create the whole place in Lego is coming along
at a fast pace and is the work of two extremely talented and dedicated bricklayers,
Tony Priestman and Michael LeCount. Here are a few current shots. The red circle
rings the two windows to my working space.

Knowing the site as I do, I'd guess that in it's present unfinished state, the model is
approximately one third complete. Yes, I know, it's HUGE! And it's well worth a visit.
So pop along and I'll show you around and make you a cuppa.

Sat nav ref: HX3 5AX, UK.

Sunday, 10 March 2013

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A few sketchbook thoughts and scribbles on the life of George Stubbs - equestrian artist.
Having studied anatomy, Stubbs was fully competent in his choice of subject but he was never
given full membership of the Royal Academy. 
This, on account of him being classed as a mere 'sporting painter', something that was looked
down on by the art establishment. Not so surprising I suppose, to know that controversy and
snobbery was prevalent in the eighteenth century art world, in much the same way as it is today!

Sunday, 17 February 2013

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Making use of the cork from a bottle of bubbly
as I sit in front of  the TV. CHEERS!



Thursday, 31 January 2013

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And now for some fun with the 3D printer

 Initial concept drawing ( top secret project ;-)
                       Built using 3D software by my partner in crime,  the very talented, Mr Matt Howarth
                              Then converted into an STL file and 'printed out' through a 3D printer.
                          Few problems here and there with certain limbs but you can see where it's heading.
                             Thanks are due to Ian Langley at Denfords Engineering in Brighouse.

Sunday, 20 January 2013

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We are up 'n' running at the Museum of Hartlepool. Please come along and have a look between now and the 24th March. I'm working with local schools throughout the North East during this time doing drawing workshops and telling terrible jokes. Don't miss out.

Tuesday, 15 January 2013

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For those in the North East of England I am about to hang my show at
Hartlepool Maritime Museum
which will preview on January 19th 2013 and will run until 24th March.
All are welcome. Please pop along if you can. 
Here's a link to the fantastic Hartlepool Quayside.