I have been working once again on a little piece for a Flickr illustrative collaboration. This piece, the letter B, is my contribution to an alphabet book for children aged between three and six. I may add more to it should I have time, but can you find all of the things beginning with B? Good luck- there’s a few trickier ones in there too!
I have lots of commissioned work on my to-do list at the moment, so I will try and post updates for a couple of those projects very soon. Hopefully I will eventually get round to posting updates on those long awaited narrative roughs, and perhaps even the leprechaun concept images from a little while ago!
This duo form part of my very last-minute entry to the Shelter House of Cards competition.
Since the brief was to design the 8 of clubs, my mind (addled with cold and flu medicine, cough cough) started working around the idea of Cavepeople- the ‘original Clubbers’. So here they are, bopping away.
…I do love a good pun.
Update: Voting opens on the 22nd of August here so if you fancy voting for my design, the code is DH8O158. Merci beaucoup!
This is part of a piece I have been working on about the Undead. I will post the more as we approach publication day! Hopefully it just goes to show that Zombies come in all shapes and sizes.
I am aware of lots of little problems with it that need tweaking, but I hope you like her regardless!
…and here’s one that I played about with in Photoshop (please note- I don’t normally colour digitally so it’s still a skill I need to develop!)
Everyone likes a cute monkey, right? I believe that the humble Baboon is commonly overlooked in terms of cuteness. Sure, it’s not conventional cuteness… but as long as they aren’t screeching (that sight is pretty fearsome!) I think they are pretty sweet.
Wow! It has been ever such a long time (especially after a stint of somewhat prolific updating) but here is a little tidbit from a project I have started working on. I do have things to unveil to you all that I have been working on in the time I have been away, but I thought that the image of a little bear with a balloon was just right for the beginning of the week!