Tag Archives: conflict

Emotional homunculus

Have you ever heard the term homunculus? If you Google it you get images of a funny-looking human with enormous lips and enormous hands. The homunculus is a visual representation of what our body looks like to our brains. In … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day coincided with me working on a lovely commission about medicine during World War 1. As we remembered those who gave their lives in that war and subsequent conflicts I was busily drawing nurses’ uniforms from that same time … Continue reading

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Conflict and the Brain

In my last post I told you about illustrations I’d done for a web game for the Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution (SCCR) and a second part of the commission was to produce a poster that explained the biology behind … Continue reading

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SCCR website launch

This week a very exciting thing happened. The Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution (SCCR) website went live and on it were my illustrations! Regular readers of this blog will know that I have been volunteering this year with the SCCR … Continue reading

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SCCR Banners

It is a still, grey day here in the Borders. Some beautiful Chionodoxa have come out in the garden. Their purply-blue, star-shaped flowers are bright explosions of colour in amongst the pale lemon of the primroses. These low-growing bulbs are … Continue reading

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