Unlimited-commissioned artist, Thompson Hall, shares his thoughts and drawings from isolation.
I have now been self-isolating at home for two weeks. This was since Boris Johnson asked people to stay at home to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
I live at home with my Mother and younger brother in a flat in Central London. I am trying to keep myself busy. I have been watching TV, drawing, tidying my room and catching up with some of the chores I never usually have time to do.
Luckily, my family is well. I hope it will continue that way.
Being at home all the time is frustrating as I like to go out. I usually spend my days out visiting galleries and museums, sketching, and getting inspiration for my artwork.
The situation has left me feeling very restricted in what I can do. It’s something I’ve never experienced before in my life, but I am slowly getting used to it.
I realise this is for my own benefit and to keep my family and friends safe.