Latest Scribbles-Digital Art

I’ve had some fun working with Microsoft Paint today, making the scribbles above.

Gospel Wordle

Wordle: Matthew 20:16

Farmstead scribble

Farmstead in watercolour pencils

Haven’t scribbled for a while, here’s my latest.

September 2010 Sribbles

It has been quite a while since I’ve posted any scribbles, so here are three of my most recent ones.

Last Supper

Burning bush

 I used Paint program for Burning bush, digital scribble/art.

Jesus teaching crowd in a boat, Mark 3

Dec 09 Scribbles

Bethlehem, House of Bread, Welcome The Bread of Life


Love Divine, all loves excelling. Joy of heaven to earth come down!

Four Portraits

Four Portraits

Recently I’ve been doing some scribbling with my watercolour pencils. Here’s what I came up with.

 Adam KraftAdam Kraft (1440-1507), was a master Nuremberg artist-craftsperson, one of his finest works, the tabernacle, is inside St Lawrence Church, Nuremberg. He portrays himself as a kneeling servant with stonemason tools at the foot of the tabernacle. I toured this church in 2007, the tabernacle is breathtakingly beautiful!

 Albrecht Durer

Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), was also a Nuremberg artist, most readers will remember his famous work “Praying hands.”

 Martin Luther

Martin Luther (1483-1546), one of my favourite theological heroes, here depicted during the time as a professor at Wittenberg, ca 1532.

 John Calvin

John Calvin (1509-1564), the popular Geneva-based reformer.

Pentecost Scribbles

Pentecost Scribbles

The Holy Spirit symbolised by dove and fire are depicted here in my recent scribbles. I call them scribbles as opposed to works of art because I’m not a trained artist. I turn to scribbling as a pleasant activity, which has value in and of itself. If the finished scribble is of any significance, well it’s likely more by accident than design—perhaps the work of the creative Holy Spirit through this earthly vessel.

Holy Spirita

Holy Spiritb