It looks to me like an enormous art space, filled with interesting places and levels, at the bottom centre is a little red man entering this space as though a huge gallery!
Half a rabbit and a Blackbird egg. I was very honoured last night when Merlin dragged in a baby rabbit. It was so incredibly beautiful and still warm! I couldn't help finding it beautiful and he let me admire it for some minutes before dragging it off and eating it head first. It was a bit like being near the lion enclosure at the safari park. There was crunching and smacking of chops while he went about devouring the thing fur bones and all. He left the lower intestines and back legs because he's a cat of distinction. NO ONE EATS THOSE BITS. Or perhaps he left them for me. I am not sure. He was throwing the poor bunny around like a beach ball for some time last night before eating it, and this morning, as if to get the most out of it, had a few seconds of play with the remains. I am totally soft so after I drew it, I buried what was left of mopsy, flopsy or perhaps it was cotton tail. The Blackbird egg is hopefully evidence of a youngster that will fare better in the world. The drama of Spring! Though I am soft, I couldn't help being impressed by Merlin's prowess. Also if it were some sort of survival situation, I can't help thinking he wouldn't let me starve. Which is nice.
What with the election in 5 days time, my editor asked me to draw a satirical political drawing for this edition of the Coleshill Post. I am not massively into caricatures, so I tried to imagine what kind of animal I thought each of the national candidates were. They are voting for themselves of course. Here they are in poster format, what a lovely bunch. Farage had a Hitler tash originally but I thought I better rub it out, oops I left it in the orginal - oh well. The truth will out.
thanks you for your intervention by slamming the door as you leave