The cover for issue 140 of The Phoenix, which inside features the concluding part of Shivers story Class Clown and a handy guide to wereclowns in the wild. Lets hope it didn’t scare too many people away from reading ….
The Tea Book – A Blend of Personaliteas is an artbook edited by Rebecca Burgess. Each contributor has created an illustration of their chosen tea as a character. My tea is Bengal Spice.
The Tea Book will be available from me at the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, or you can get in contact with the form on this website. I should be adding this to the online shop section soon!
This chap features on the packaging for Letraset’s new Steampunk Promarker set, which will be hitting the stores very soon. It also comes with tips and advice on how to make a Promarker drawing like this one, and the black and white lineart, so that you can colour your own Steampunk guy!
A calendar featuring a number of different Greek mythological beasties, one for each month of the year. This was sent out to my friends, colleagues and contacts at the beginning of 2014.
A wedding invitation in the style of a B-movie poster. There is more about this project on my blog.
For the Image Duplicator exhibition, organised by Rian Hughes and Jason Atomic.
My take on the appropriation of comics artists’ images by Roy Lichtenstein. Credit for original image goes to Tony Abruzzo, of course!
Cover for Outsiders, a children’s science fiction comic written by Daniel Hartwell.
Made for Inky Fingers Studio, a figure painting company.
Calendar for 2013, sent to my contacts, collaborators and clients.
Cover for a manga anthology made by the students at Futureversity Barnet.
Concepts and character designs for a children’s comic written by Daniel Hartwell.
Personal commission. Apparently this is a pun in Norwegian. (Gjess is pronounced like “yes”.)
Poster advertising manga workshops for teenagers.
Character designs for Not Going to Wondoznia, a comic story written by Richy K. Chandler.
Each child aside from one needed a modern outfit and fantasy costume.
Orochi is a dragon from Japanese mythology. Development work for a graphic novel telling tales of Japanese folklore and legends.