Off the back of the sketch I did of Bellevue Road in Wandsworth, south London, I have had some commissions for similar pieces. This is one such drawing, not strictly the same, but it is made up of a selection of landmarks and important places near the client’s home, put together as one strip. Click on the image for a proper view.
Also I did a fairly detailed study for the dog you can see towards the bottom left. Here’s a time lapse video of the process:
If you like this and would like one of your own- just get in touch.
Just a quick post this week, to point you in the direction of the illustrations I have done for OhhDeer.com. There are three designs that can be applied to men’s and women’s T shirts, women’s vest tops and sweatshirts. They are all available to buy now, should you so wish.
Although these designs are actually for sale, they are also in fact part of a competition, so if you like what you see, but are not in the market for new threads, you can help me along in the competition by liking, sharing and tweeting from the product pages, links above the images below. Go forth!
Boiled Egg and Soldiers
Last week I created an illustration for an article on Amelia’s Magazine about the band Fanfarlo‘s new single Cell Song and its video. The look of the illustration was inspired by Ewan Jones Morris’ video, which you should watch here.
If you are unfamiliar with Amelia’s Magazine, it was started by Amelia Gregory initially as a physically published magazine, and is now an online only publication covering four subject matters: Art, Music, Fashion and Earth. Don’t forget to have a read of the article here.
This Sunday in the UK is Mother’s Day, so I have decided to keep up my new tradition and have a little Greetings Giveaway for anyone who may have left their card shopping a bit last minute. There are two options this time- one for your mother and one for the mother of your child. Please help yourself to both if you need them!
Choose which of my hi-res designs below you want and click on it. You’ll see a weird coloured one- this is the one you want for printing so save it to your computer (right click/ctrl click and Save As…), then print it out and stick onto some card and post, or send it electronically.
This gallery contains 8 photos.
Originally posted on An Accidental Project:
Oh- hello there, how are you? It’s been a while… I thought you might deserve an update. My bike project has been a bit on and off since the last post, and I can’t remember each step to report back. After the last thing I wrote I think there…
I’m doing a bit of project juggling at the moment, and have lately gone back to the moose drawings I was on a couple of months ago. I’m still working on the general look, and when I left off I had come up with these four different versions of the moose (they are different, I swear). You’ll probably have to click on the image to properly compare them. let me know which you think works the best.
Which moose do you think works the best?
Oh also, yes I know they look silly with the feet chopped off, they will always be in long grass like the one on the top right. I couldn’t find any reference material where they weren’t!