Tuesday, 27 February 2018


Here are some dinos I did for a project that never went anywhere. I could hide them away, but, y'know what...I did them and this is where I put my artwork so why the hell not?

Some more detailed dinos were required. Can't say it's really the way I like to do them, but heyho.

So we have (clockwise from far left and spiraling inwards)

Ceratosaurus, Allosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Therizinosaurus, Chasmosaurus, Liopleurodon, Henodus, Stegosaurus, Euoplocephalus, Caudipteryx, Scelidosaurus, Iguanodon and an Apatosaurus being attacked by Dromaeosaurus in the middle.

Seeing as I put some detail into some of them I'm putting some up bigger as well.

And T Rex

Monday, 13 November 2017

National Elf Service

Thought I'd posted this a while back. This was done in a massive whirlwind along with two other flyers last year. Seeing as I've put the others up here I suppose this should go up too.

Seems like you can't look in any direction without seeing something superhero-themed these days. Seems to remind me of the Artemis Fowl books by Eoin Colfer, they've got sort of superpowered elves in those as well.

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Sharks and sales

A couple of things to post here. I've finished my sharks project, another poster.

Buy it here from my shop! (There are a few Easter eggs in the background that you'll only really see if you buy it)

I took this and my other stuff to the MCM Comic Con last weekend. Weirdly the shark poster sold the best. Made a nice bit of money, not as much as before. Oh, and by the way, that massive banner behind me in the photo fell on me on the first day.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Herne Begins

Bit of drawing going on here, kinda similar to The Raedwald thing I did a while back but a bit more fictional. It started with an idea to draw a centurion..then I think listening to the latest Mike Oldfield album got in there somewhere as well. The cover's got a guy with a stag on it. (thought I'd better credit Rupert Lloyd at Diablo Pixels for it..should be good)

So yeah, it ended up not being a centurion, but a legionnaire and then it seemed a bit odd for this deer and this roman to be hanging around together so I had this idea that he'd gone native during some campaign. He sticks a couple of antlers on his helmet, fashions a weird staff and starts the Herne the hunter myth.