October 4, 2013
0.25 Isograph on paper. A5
September 27, 2013
Rotring Isograph and Pentel Brushpen on Moleskine, A5.
September 2, 2013
Finally got round to watching Crumb last night. Robert Crumb is one of my artistic heroes, though I had no idea just how damaged he is until I saw the film. Not an especially likeable man, but someone for whom drawing is a survival strategy. Great film.
September 1, 2013
Watercolour and dip pen on watercolour paper, A5. The scan’s leeched out a lot of the colour, but I can’t be arsed rescanning it. So it goes.
August 31, 2013
I’ve finally finished something! And it’s only taken three months! Bah.
0.1 Rotring Isograph on Bristol board, A4.
May 5, 2013
0.1 Rotring Isograph on Bristol board. The scan isn’t great; it’s a stitch-up of two scans, so there’s a rather obvious seam. If you click on it, though, it’s super high resolution, so you can get a closer look at the detail. I also did a making-of stop motion film, below, which I’m rather pleased with. Thanks for stopping by.
February 16, 2013
The Lives and Loves of Hana Lee
Haven’t drawn much in a while, and the main reason for this is that I’ve been trying my hand at creating a book cover. The book in question is Karl Webster’s latest, The Lives and Loves of Hana Lee, which I’ve been lucky enough to read an early draft of.
It’s a fantastic book, but rather than try and do it justice here, I’ll point you instead to its page on Amazon, where you can read the opening chapters and some of the praise already being heaped upon it:
I’m really proud to have been involved in this, albeit in a small way, and it truly deserves to be absolutely massive.