Saturday, 26 December 2009


So if any of yoo guys like TF2, you may have heard of the war that just went on between Demomen and Soldiers, vying for a fabled new weapon. This picture was for the Propoganda competition, and guess what- I didn't win! It's all fun to do these things though. My poster was based on this glorious piece of ridiculousness.

This was just a sketch before bed- inspiration was a Fever Ray gig ticket on my desk. After seeing how amazing she is live, Trying to listen to the Knife again just seems too...pop-py or something. Go see her if you ever get the chance!

Monday, 7 December 2009

10min Imagery

custom brush and limited colour palette testing...

Saturday, 5 December 2009

The last two days of workahol.

I'm driving myself mad with details.. Heres a preview of the dummy book to come.. Averaging 3 pages a day, working solid until I hit 'the wall'.

Also I've been meaning to put up for a while the messy and slightly awful visual studies collaboration between me and Andy, Acryllic on torn up bits of paper:


Wednesday, 2 December 2009


Hey! Just a chunk of largely school related work.

Life drawings, plus some work for an epic collaboranimation between me and Andy.

This guy is a shapeshifter. He likes to travel.

Me and Andy have probably planned something WAY too grand for our timescale, so it'll be interesting to pare it back whilst keeping the animation amazing :)

I might post a chunk of our animation research after we're done, we've definitely found some good stuff floating around the internets.

And I'm gone!

Wednesday, 25 November 2009

No Refuge

Bah. colours look way 'dull'er.

Saturday, 21 November 2009


Hey again! It's been a while.

Still Alive

Im making a note here, huge success.

Thursday, 12 November 2009

Start Your Engines...

prepost before a big dump.

Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Ketchup, Catsuppe and Catch-up.

To match the letters post:

And then the failed guardian pages because I never did put them up..

i realise I'm the last half dozen posts but when you do come back, should we start putting up process work? It'd be nice.

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Quiet time

One of the border panels for the uni newspaper. The 'letters' page. Could ya have guessed it? Woop!

Thursday, 15 October 2009

Blogging the blog solo blog.

Yep this is turning out to be a one woman show. On the other hand, I'm a genius and heres my editorial image for an article about the unsustainability of canvas bags over plastic when we don't re-use them.

Yes, I made that mofo.

Thursday, 8 October 2009

Zodiac Collaboration

Heres the first six of the horiscopes for Exeter Uni paper. Marcel did concepts and sketches and I did the grunt work so essentially he should be putting these up.. but we'll call it collaboration.

Saturday, 3 October 2009

Agony Anto

For the sake of the day someone other then max is reading.

And some silly things

Thursday, 1 October 2009

I enjoy cheesy buttocks.

Thursday, 17 September 2009

Things which may or may not ever be finished.

But I like them anyway. (well the orange one is finished.)

Friday, 11 September 2009

The penis pig

(firstly, why is this underlined? piece of shit blogger)

Ok. some paintcchat with faye.
I drew the dragon, faye drew the person in front.
2nd picture was my bit in a Gurren Lagann collab. But some guy drew Vince Offer, from slap chop. Which was awesome, so i had to keep it in the picture.
peace out.

(damn this undrlining is annoying

Wednesday, 2 September 2009


Self explanatory really

Edit - i need to figure how to save/resize painter pictures better. I think photoshop might be aliasing out alot of the texture and brush stuff when i resize and save it. :S
Also - let me know what the colour/darkness is like. On my main monitor its good, but on my second monitor it looks reaaly dark and desaturated. i trust my main moniter the most tho...

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

This is what you do in Dublin

I don't know what Andy's been wasting his time with, but me and Faye have embarked upon the best culinary collaboration the world has ever SEEN.

Here was the situation: Faye's friend Connor was due a surprise party, and there we were with a cake, our baking skills and painting talents. Three tones of buttercream, some bourneville chocolate and all kinds of awesome later we made THIS:

FACECAKE. I hadn't even met the guy and by the time we'd finished this I felt like we were related. WE HAD A BOND.

Needless to say, everyone was suitably impressed (including Janine, who started with false praise until she saw it the right way round). Connor was a lot less chocolatey in real life, but arguably as charming. It's inspired me to level up my cakes (maybe even add a third dimension to my decoration), and I think inspired Faye to learn how to cook. Maybe.

As an added bonus, we also got to eat a whole load of leftover buttercream for the next few days! MMMM, SICKLY!