It’s all fibre tipped pen and is actually black on white paper.
The image is a sepia brown due to me taking the pic on my phone for speed.
Check out the press release below for full details and booking info: Need some inspiration to get writing? Look no further than our series of creative walks, bike rides and canoe trips developed in partnership with the Canal & River Trust, National Trust, Birmingham Roundhouse, British Canoeing and Big Birmingham Bikes, and delivered by five fantastic writers.
Canoe-write Take to the waterways of Birmingham by canoe for a unique perspective on the city, returning to dry land for a writing workshop at The Roundhouse led by Alys Fowler (10am-1pm) or Jo Bell (2pm-5pm).Workshops for young people at both sessions will be led by Garrie Fletcher.Canoes and instruction supplied free of charge from British Canoeing and B-ROW.I did do a little tinkering in Affinity Photo to add the sepia splashes of cloud.I’m hoping to get a bit of time at the weekend to do some longer drawing and some writing.Alys Fowler is an award-winning journalist, regular presenter of BBC Gardeners’ World and Guardian columnist.Her new book Hidden Nature charts her journey through the canals of Birmingham by canoe. It all starts at at The Lighthouse a few minutes walk from the train and bus stations.City Voices is one of the Midlands’ finest spoken word evenings and never fails to delight with its range and quality of work on offer. Secondly, will be the official Birmingham launch of Submerged, and it’s going to be a corker, but don’t just take my word for it check out the line-up here.Garrie Fletcher writes short stories, novels and poems.His collection of short stories, Night Swimming, has just been published by Mantle Lane Press.