Where the pretty pictures are.
Cliffe the Caterpillar
A children’s mascot for Cliffe Castle museum, who appears on their nature trail boards and in museum literature.
The first set (above) is each of his life stages: In the second set (below), he has little adventures!
Hungry Hungry Hippogriff
Essentially a pun combined with Harry Potter fanart.
Using typography, this piece merges Admiral Ackbar from Star Wars with his catchphrase – “It’s a trap!”.
It was available to buy as a t-shirt for several years from splitreason.com (here). You can thank copyright thieves for the watermark!
Two vector images of Apple products, created from scratch; the iPod nano 5G on the left, and the iPhone 3GS on the right.
The back-centre one may be drawn in Illustrator, but the rest are hand-crafted watercolour or crayon works!
The three large cream cards were for wedding couples – Left is styled after Scott C., front-centre is based on Quentin Blake. Right is all me. Bottom-right features weddings rings incorporated into a loveheart-stamped ball-and-chain.
I would call these cards “one-of-a-kind”, but as they were gifted for certain occasions, I no longer possess any of them… I had to make copies for this more formal shot!
Pixel White House
A quick test of my old pixel-art skills; may I present a sweet-looking 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
I recommend checking out the brown house in the below link too.
One of two wallpapers created to be backgrounds for YouTube One Channels. Check out the sesame seed Pith helmet and the tomato monacle! The other half of this duo is Captain Crumpet.
Auntie Helen’s Disco
Large image to be used on a poster / business card, for a friend’s DJ service. Incidentally, the large version of my head, as seen in this site’s header, can be found here.
The Dog Race Begins
One of the grandest pages from my Puffin Digital Prize 2011 entry. On an Isle of Dogs, they decided to have a race – this is a bunch of them leaving the start line. Hand-drawn, digitally arranged and coloured. It’s also on on deviantART with the rest of the series.
Gene Kelly, in his famous scene from Singin′ in the Rain. You can see the accuracy when comparing it to a shot from the film.
Moulin Rouge Rosettes
A range of 18 “rosettes”, each featuring a character from Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge!, a prop and a quote. From my early days with Illustrator (pre-2010).
Tiger in a Library
Another cheap joke. I regret nothing.