• Rachel Maytum

Over these last three month, I've been working on a Call of Duty Captain Price pastel pencil drawing using 30 cm x 40 cm Pastelmat paper, Faber & Castell pitt pastel pencils, and Carbothello pastel pencils.


I'm taking my time with this art piece, drawing whenever I am able. I lead a very busy life so like to be in a relaxed, calm mood whenever drawing.





This particular piece has so much detail to add which I love. Some artists run away from detail whereas I thrive from it. It becomes a challenge and is so satisfying when I finally see the finish result.


My next project will be a drawing of Roze from the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game. I'll keep you posted about that one. Hoping to show you how I drew Roze from start to finish using Time-Lapse videos which I will edit together!


Which character from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare would you like to see drawn?

  • Rachel Maytum

Updated: Oct 21


Over these last couple of months I've been working on this cute pastel pencil drawing of an adorable Bichon Frise dog. A commission art piece. I'm not one of those artist that can draw within a week of two. I like to take my time, as I tend work on several other projects at the same time.




I have yet to still finish the fine details but that I will do that tomorrow as I have promised it will be posted on Monday (in two days time. I always work better under pressure when it comes to my art.



I use the Clairefontaine Pastelmat Pad 360g Anthracite No6 paper, Carbothello pastel pencils and Faber Castell Pitt pastel pencils. Towards the end I make sure to sharpen my pencils really sharp to get the fine details added, especially for doing the thin strokes of hair.


My next project will be finishing working on a Call of Duty Captain Price drawing. You can come watch me do that via my Twitch channel and follow my art via Instagram.

Updated: Oct 21



It was exciting playing this role as I was able to wear an official NI Police Officer uniform. I had to have someone from the filming crew with me at all times, in case anyone from the public approached me for help. You can view a clip from Series 4 In Cold Blood.


How Shirley Finlay's body was discovered


On 19th September 2006 a man discovered a blue bundle lying in a carpark. Soon after, the police arrived and on opening the bundle they discovered that it was the body of a young woman, later to be identified to be Shirley Finlay.


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