I saw this poem in the British Museum a few months ago and I love it. it also feels really relevant now. And I tried to do some interesting things with the lightingfor some more Jonathan Strange fanart. I don't know how successful I was but it looks interesting to me nonetheless
Also I'm trying to put more emotion and interaction between characters! the bottom one is Peter Grant and the ghost from Rivers of London
This book cover is less illustrated - the Peter Grant series features the city of London in a big way, so I thought messing about with A-Z would be fitting. And I'm trying something a bit different with my signature/watermark? thought it might help bump the traffic on this website maybe? we'll see!
Another book cover! I only realized halfway through that it was a little 50 shadesy and this book it not at all that.
It's a thing I've been doing! Also I'm trying to animate again, which is a re-learning curve let me tell you
Help me I'm painting BLIND. I've no idea what the colours look like! on my phone screen everything is too bright and purple! on my computer screen it looks... well it looks exactly as I wanted it to when I was painting it on my computer!! it is UNHELPFUL
I always end up getting over ambitious with the sketchdailies prompts that I like, so by the time I'm done it's 3 weeks late. Also I have about 5 projects on the go so everything is going slowly.
What a great book!! Go read it or watch the movie! Also Scott Lynch liked my redesign for his book?? I can't believe it! I'm famous....
I've been doing alternate book covers for things I've been reading. You can see The Watchmaker of Filigree Street on the illustration page
1 of 3!
A really long time ago I saw a picture of a farmer looking absolutely delighted while holding an enormous rabbit.
150 years is quite the achievement! There's an exhibit at the British Library on now :)