Category Archives: Illustration

Battling the Blues.

So I’ve been driftin’ along, feeling blue, looking for inspiration and avoiding work. And somewhere in between, I pick up a pencil and devote myself to illustrating some random passing thought – probably just to convince myself that I haven’t

Battling the Blues.

So I’ve been driftin’ along, feeling blue, looking for inspiration and avoiding work. And somewhere in between, I pick up a pencil and devote myself to illustrating some random passing thought – probably just to convince myself that I haven’t

Just Because.

Its been a whole month since my last post, so here’s something random to make up for it. Just because. Something I made for Sweet on Illustration Friday a while ago. Never submitted it though.

Just Because.

Its been a whole month since my last post, so here’s something random to make up for it. Just because. Something I made for Sweet on Illustration Friday a while ago. Never submitted it though.

IF – Equality

One more for Illustration Friday!

IF – Equality

One more for Illustration Friday!

IF – Surveillance

First ever Illustration Friday submission!

IF – Surveillance

First ever Illustration Friday submission!

Suit Up!

Why? I don’t know. Maybe because I really need to practice using Illustrator. And because Penguins are so cute.

Suit Up!

Why? I don’t know. Maybe because I really need to practice using Illustrator. And because Penguins are so cute.

The Happy Prince.

Two frames I illustrated from the story ‘The Happy Prince’ by Oscar Wilde. I loved the imagery in the first one, which is why I decided to draw it. And the second one, eh. My human figures suck. I’ve used a

The Happy Prince.

Two frames I illustrated from the story ‘The Happy Prince’ by Oscar Wilde. I loved the imagery in the first one, which is why I decided to draw it. And the second one, eh. My human figures suck. I’ve used a

The Enchanted Fauvist.

Once upon a time there was a man named Henri Matisse, and colors were his world. He was born in the late 1800s, and believed in colorful artistic expression and painterly qualities over the (boring) realistic representations of the Impressionists.

The Enchanted Fauvist.

Once upon a time there was a man named Henri Matisse, and colors were his world. He was born in the late 1800s, and believed in colorful artistic expression and painterly qualities over the (boring) realistic representations of the Impressionists.