Dystopia: 16 – 20


Dystopia: 16-20

Dystopia: 11 – 15


Dystopia: Pages 11-15. A transition was needed from inside a cold, metallic city to the vibrance of unhindered nature. Watercolours are a particularly vibrant and sometimes uncontrollable medium, especially whilst also using powedered inks. The effects however came out really well with  a lot of depth and movement, which also carries on with the water.

Dystopia: 6-10


Pages 6 – 10 for Dystopia

Dystopia: A Mini-comic, pages 1-5


A personal project I am currently working on. The idea of a  mute comic has always been interesting due to the fact that the story relies entirely on the pictures given and the viewers imagination. Although there may be a narrative running through it, the real enjoyment personally is to see what people will take from simple images.

These are the first five pages produced.

This is the middle of the story, the main piece. I know, a little Star Wars, starting from the middle then darting in all directions. However I feel this is strong enough to stand on its own and to establish itself.

Commission: Silas Art Nouveau


A commision for a comic book character named Silas. A noir feel was required for this piece, with the detectives study and spilt Whiskey (I mean, who doesn’t like a little whiskey). This commission was a heck of a lot of fun to do considering I love this style but don’t get much of an opportunity to fully explore it!

The character Silas is property of Russ Pirozek

Sherlock Nouveau: Molly Hooper


So to carry on with the Sherlock theme, I went with one of my favourite characters, Molly. Molly is the relatable woman in the series and I just think she is fantastic, although trying to find references of any type were difficult! Also, looking at Forensic Pathology through the internet…some of the images will probably stick with me for the rest of my life.

As usual, they can be found over at my redbubble, and if you like them enough, i’d love you to buy a print or two!

B

Sherlock Nouveau : Irene Adler


I am a fan of the Sherlock series, and i’ve pretty much been dying to do some art work surrounding it. I haven’t had much time but then I thought, jesus christ, make some time. Who needs sleep anyway? I’m going to start this series with Irene. I loved her character in the series, plus I think Lara Pulver is a great actress.

A quick detail in the early stages!

Here we are so far. I thought the beaded ‘gown’ she wore was gorgeous. It still is, it’s just I don’t think my skill as of yet is good to show you it! I’ll carry on a little later but so far i’m really liking it. Apart from her feet, hobbit feet are not cool here.

I didn’t like the pink, so I just tinkered around with the colours and composition.

There we go! She’s all done ( I think….)

In case you fancy buying some work, i’ve got them as usual up on redbubble. I even added an iPhone case too!

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