Friday, 16 December 2011

Here we go!

I've not uploaded anything in over six month
s now and that always makes me feel awkward. I seem to keep starting projects and not finishing them at the moment, my most current being 'Ninja Santa' and 'Hidden Heroes'. Hidden Heroes is no where near ready to come out of the sketchbook just yet, but here's some things that I've been doing over the last six months:

This is Ninja Santa.
He knows when you are sleeping, and he knows when you're awake. He knows if you've been bad or good so be good for goodness sake. (That song takes on a whole new meaning when you add a ninja).
I keep being lazy and colouring on the computer, but I bought myself some liquid acrylics, so I am going to start painting again hopefully.

Try not to judge me too much on the type for this one. I would
change it to try and seem like I'm more awesome with my typography decisions,
but I cba and it was only a small drinks poster. Get over it. Move on.

I've also been making Vodkins and Rumbalina Comics! Yay!

This was originally in colour, but I don't know if I liked it.
Not sure about this one anymore.
Anyway, this is about binge
drinking students, based on some good friends of mine, you know who you are ;D

Heres the draft for the next comic I'm still in the process of making. Apparently this story is true... which is worrying.

Oh and here's a Doctor Who card I made for my friend Hayley. If I'm honest, not 100% sure on this one, but everyone else seemed to love it, so here you go:

And Finally, here's an elephant I drew for someone's birthday card.
Sadly at the time I had a massive tantrum about it and they never got it. At least I'll be prepared for next year.


Monday, 23 May 2011

last one now

Right, so I've been trying to redo my old Toby book because basically I hate the original drawings I did, however, progress has been slow. Still I have finally managed to almost nearly very re-complete the first page! woooo!

There's still things I need to do (I only scribbled the text on as an example) but generally that's more or less how I imagined it.

Also I started the sketches for page two:
(The picture is only going to have his legs in, hence the lack of face)

So There!

back log

Here! Have some doodles:

Oh yeah and here's a little boy who will be running towards a roundabout:

bye bye now

Baths with bin bags


I broke my wrist a few months ago which was quite rubbish and I had to draw with my left hand.
Here's a left handed comic I made about the incident:

Next time, if a drunk Australian lady tells me to do something, I'm gonna bloody do it.

Also, despite my ridiculous predicament I went to life drawing a few days later and here's some of my drawings (NB, I only have an A4 scanner so these have been cropped slightly since I cannot be bothered to mess around trying to piece them all together):

This was done with my broken wrist hand though it made my hand really tired in the end,

This was my first left hand attempt and I have to say I felt pretty good about it!

and another left handed drawing.

So to recap:
a) Roller-disco is fun, but for god's sake man where the bloody wrist guards
b) drunk people do sometimes speak sense
c) left hand drawing is so bloody frustrating but hillarious


Sunday, 6 March 2011

here, have some crap =)

So.... guess i should update =/
Here's just some stuff that Im not that proud of but what the hell:
(ok im proud of this one a bit) I'm remaking the illustrations for my Toby book, even though I never finished illustrating it in the first place, but whatever. I just need to finish trying to paint the grass and I would have finished the whole scene.

this is a comic I'm gonna make one day just based on loads of stories I've heard from various friends, but I made this sketch for my friend's birthday card.
comic/card coloured on photoshop.
I've been trying to have some fun with colouring on photoshop, but I mostly only used it here because it's ridiculously quicker than watercolour.
quick thing for my friend's engagement card

Photoshop experiment, just a (very small/) quick sketch scanned and coloured.