Cherry Blossom

Merry Christmas to my sister and happy belated housewarming! Here is a piece I did for her. For something a little different, I tried my hand at using my copic markers. I hadn’t… Continue reading

Frog – Colour

I had a revisit of the one piece that was the catalyst for my style this year. Here is a colour version of my frog which I’ve played around with in Photoshop. I… Continue reading

Birds in a tree Part 2

Here is part two of my bird exploration. Next time I will show you my exploration in colour. Stay tuned. Enjoy I do not give permission for any use of this artwork. Please… Continue reading

Birds in a tree Part 1

Here I tone back on the heavy pattern work. I’ve played around a bit with these birds in a tree. Enjoy I do not give permission for any use of this artwork. Please… Continue reading

Sugar Skull Part 3 – More Colour

I couldn’t stop playing with photoshop so I keep on creating new adaptations with this one illustration. I’m enjoying the results. I hope you do too. I’m starting my own Etsy soon. You’ll be… Continue reading

The Fox and the Goat

By an unlucky chance a Fox fell into a deep well from which he could not get out. A Goat passed by shortly afterwards, and asked the Fox what he was doing down… Continue reading

Sugar Skull Part 2 – Colour

After posting my sugar skull illustration, I started playing with Photoshop 🙂 There is a lot of potential here for play! Enjoy I do not give permission for any use of this artwork.… Continue reading

Sugar Skull

I’ve been having a lot of fun lately with my exploration of inks. My inspiration for this piece is Dia de los muertos, the day of the dead. Here is my rendition of a Mexican… Continue reading

Cast off seaside

Evening neared, abandoned for a day, I had To amuse myself whilst cast off seaside. As I stroll along the shore, I decide The pier is acceptable for this solitary night. So I… Continue reading

Life Drawing Class – Part 2

Last week I left you with 5 of my Life drawing class pieces. These were a part of my top ten pieces at the end of the semester. Interestingly enough my best drawings… Continue reading