This suspect character aka 'Tweet' stabbed me in the eye last night. Approach with caution.
A quick spray paint 'brushes' experiment, using a black and white photo of Jeanne Moreau relaxing as reference.
The most deserving day of the year.
I found this guy looking a bit homeless. Now he can live happily for all eternity in the blogosphere. Bliss.
Drawn for a 'Faces of Football' guessing game I like to play with other fantasy football nerds.
Sketch for The Faces Of Football series.Read More
Available for free download on author J.L. Pawley's site: http://www.generationicarus.com/#!bonus-content/c120p
The stories are aimed at young adults and focus on a range of persecuted teens that just happen to have grown wings. Despite the fantasy pretext the characters are quiet well 'grounded'. I'm happy to recommend them.
Early character drawing for a teen-fiction book written by J.L Pawley called: First Flight, Generation Icarus.
Instead of giving my full attention to yet another Manchester City defeat in the Champions League... I drew a chicken driving a tractor.
Sketching monsters while 'Pacific Rim' was on telly, produced this loveable character.
My first attempt at photo 'Glitching'. It may well be a possible candidate for use in the Neilstock poster.
Before her purple haze phase, January Jones looked more like this.
Being the fan club president and only member could sometimes be a lonely responsibility.
Drawn in an attempt to imprint my daughter into thinking unicorns are ugly. Therefore saving loads of money on kitsch unicorn related products... Genius.
Plainly glorious badge for the mythical football team Two Sevens Clash F.C.
Lately I've been dabbling in the black art of vector illustration. Here I've called upon Grasshopper to teach me the ways.
Evidently there's another Bobby tribute record out which covers Dylan's 80s output. Here's my version of 80s Bob drawn a couple of years ago.