An old sketch I found today whilst digging around in my computer, an unfinished redesign of Zangief from Street Fighter. I decided to give him a bit of an older, statesman-like look (after all, he has been flying the flag for Russia for a while now). I will post it here to remind myself to finish it! 

Next one in 'travel sketchbook' series, Tai O fishing village on Lantau Island, Hong Kong. This is a small fishing village that's peaceful to wander about in after the hustle and bustle of the big city. You can walk to Yeung Hau temple on the far shore through the backstreets, past old wooden houses and gardens. 

Hello! I'm back from my Christmas break, and ready to go. Here's my warm up piece for today, 'Player One'. A homage to vintage adventure games inspired by the excellent and free-to-play mini game Skrillex Quest. Go play it!
It is dangerous to go alone! Take a print with you?

Ladies Market, Tung Choi Street, Hong Kong. Prints available here.
Now entered in creativematch's FLAIR competition.

Work in progress for my travel sketchbook series. A shopping street in Hong Kong.

I'm on Amazon! Somehow I didn't realise this until today, but this is my cover Illustration for the play 'The Woodsman' by Steven Fechter. I originally did this artwork a few years ago for posters and leaflets to promote the UK premiere of the play at the Old Red Lion theatre in London. The author himself saw it, contacted me and requested it to be used for the book cover, which I was pretty chuffed about! I found it a difficult book to read because of the themes it deals with, but I thought it was interesting and really thought-provoking. Worth a read for sure. It was also made into a film with Sir Kevin of Bacon.

An old design for a book cover thing I did today, and an announcement: Free shipping worldwide in my shop until 9th December! Click here.

Finished version. A bit more pencil-y than some other recent stuff, but I'm enjoying it!

Here's a personal project I've been working on recently, some bits for The Sword in the Stone, one of my very favourite books. These are the rough pencils for a work in progress.