A quick sketch from me today for Wizarding Wednesday, as I have no time! I'll hopefully get a chance to finish it next week. I based fluffy on Komondor dogs, a really old guardian breed. Also called 'mop dogs' for obvious reasons.
A last minute entry for welovefine's Sesame Street contest. Was fun to do a little homage to the lovely graphic design of the NYC subway system. Here is the contest page, and an interesting read on the graphic design of the NYC subway. If anyone besides me is interested in the font, it's Roboto.
I found some festive stuff I did a while back, don't think I ever posted it so here's one of them. Had a lot of fun doing some hand-drawn typography on this one.More as we get nearer festive times! The coloured one is available in the shop, with free shipping until midnight on Sunday 17th (pacific time). Use this link to get it.
My entry for #Wizarding Wednesday. Digital, pencil and acrylic paint. Looking forward to making the rest. Thanks for starting this up guys!
Some superhero antics today, with a redo of wonder woman. I really wanted to give her a Tyrian purple cloak (to reflect her royal roots), because I was reading about it here earlier.
Here's my latest illustrationy thing, inspired by the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan. The one with text hopefully says 'Greetings from Olympus' in that cheap-sent-last-minute postcard kind of way. If you would like one to decorate your house/cabin/parthenon, here is the link. (With free shipping worldwide until Sunday 30th.. via Hermes maybe?)
"Hir yw'r dydd a hir yw'r nos, a hir yw aros Arawn". (Long is the day and long is the night, and long is the waiting of Arawn).
A piece that accompanies this illustration from forever ago about different mythological figures from all over the world. Here is Arawn from Wales, and his pack of magical hounds. Find out more about him here at Wiki.
p.s Free worldwide shipping in the shop until May 12th with this link.
Having a bit of a studio tidy today, and I found the colour version of Simon from this piece I did a little while ago. Thought I'd post him here instead of letting him molder away on my PC. Be free, tiny Simon!
G for Gaiman, Neil and 'The Graveyard Book'. American Gods and Neverwhere by him are also great, but I think The Graveyard Book is my favourite so far!
I also have some new prints in my shop, and shipping is free until April 14th with this link.