Be Drawn for Soho’s Homeless: Jonathan Bannister

Fundraising

Jonathan waves his hands very expressively, so I gave him more than two.

In case you think that I’m unhappy about this, I am absolutely not. It was a delightful challenge, and made me smile.

But I see that I somehow let (one of) his right hand(s) lose the rings he wears. Oops! That’s speed-drawing for you.

This was drawn as part of a fundraiser organised by The Union members club, to raise money for Soho’s Homeless.

Here’s a sense of Jonathan’s expressive movement:


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Be Drawn for Soho’s Homeless: Zoe Cunningham

Fundraising

I’m not absolutely sure where Zoe’s based, but she has a wonderful view.

Unfortunately, there was no way to capture it and keep her from going into silhouette, so she sat in front of this interestingly spare clock.

This was drawn as part of a fundraiser organised by The Union members club, to raise money for Soho’s Homeless.

Here’s the moment where Zoe takes a peek:


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Be Drawn for Soho’s Homeless: Inez and Eliza

Fundraising

A club member asked me to draw his daughters, and their beloved dogs – an exciting challenge!

Afterwards, he said:

We absolutely love these. Thank you so much, they will be treasured and a poignant reminder of how lucky we are at a hugely challenging time for so many.

No video this time.


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Be Drawn for Soho’s Homeless: Shelley and Joe

Fundraising

Shelley was one of The Union’s first members: back in 1993 she was given a metal membership token – number 22.

Shelley asked me to explain how to get a print of her drawing.

For her sake, and for anybody else who might want it, I made the video at the bottom of this page.


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Printing instructions for Shelley and Joe

For my own art printing, I use https://theprintspace.com. It just so happens they sent me a promotion this week if I introduce others to their service.

With the discount code (RZNJV57) you can get 50% off at the checkout on your first order.

FYI, the normal price of a high quality 9 x 6 inch print is £8ish. Larger is more expensive (obviously).

I can’t help you with the printing, but it’s very simple.

Just upload the digital file I send you to the Print Space website, choose your size, and don’t forget to add the discount code at checkout: RZNJV57