Love this mix between physical and digital.
I rarely reblog, but this is genius.
Well, I guess I can call this finished. My piece for the Before, I Could Draw exhibition which will be launching at 2022NQ on 29th November 2013 until 7th December 2013. There are some fantastically talented artists taking part, all of whom are recreating a piece of artwork from childhood.
It will be an amazing show and it’s completely free (unless you want to buy a drink while you’re there, I know I will!) so make sure you come by!
You can follow Before, I Could Draw here; https://twitter.com/BICDexhibition
A redo of a picture I did when I was five. This one in fact:
From what I could gather this is a scene from the Gingerbread man story, of course I focused on the part with the fox because FOXES.
Its gonna be appearing at Before I Could Draw, a show at 2022NQ in Manchester 29th Nov - 7th Dec. Check it out if you live anywhere near!
So happy that there are pieces this good in the show.
My entry to the group exhibition Before, I Could Draw which I’m curating. Launch night is 29th November. Come along and see some great illustrations!
Well, you’ve got just over a month to get your Christmas shopping done and might I humbly suggest that a piece of art could be a great gift? I know, I know… everyone says that. So what do I have that makes my offer different? Nothing, silly. Art is subjective, either my work appeals or it doesn’t. But here’s what options I’m offering:
This is my price list for private commissions (ie: non-commercial) and includes a variety of options including portraits and landscapes (digital), a custom movie poster based on your ideas, a cute little ‘bean man’ drawing, custom trainers / sneakers and more. Bear in mind potential postage / shipping time when ordering.
Bonus: For the festive period, I’m also offering hand-painted head-and-shoulders portraits for £40, like the ones seen in the next link:
My online store for pre-existing, hand-drawn artwork. Right now, this consists of painted portraits of movie characters and cartoony sketch cards based on comic book characters. Remember, if what you’re after isn’t there, you can always commission one of these.
Here’s where you’ll find my pre-existing posters, in limited numbers. There are a few B-movie posters left, and you get a free print entitled “Where the Dead Dwell’ (because apparently I like the words ‘dead’ and ‘death’) if you order one. The gig posters are dwindling fast and are from the actual Polyphonic Spree London shows in 2012 and 2013 (like, official and everyfink), so snap them up before they’re gone forever.
I’m currently designing and uploading a range of Christmas cards featuring totally non-sentimental images like a cobra wearing a tie. Keep an eye out if you prefer your greetings to be as far from the usual schmaltz as possible. Also, there are some more random prints.
Last but not least, Spreadshirt
I only have two designs up on Spreadshirt at the moment, but one of them is cute and is the only thing I’ve ever drawn which you could definitely put on a baby’s outfit. So that’s the new kid covered (assuming you have one, of course).
I live for the day when I can afford to just put all of these products on one site and run it like a boutique store for my art as a whole. That’ll only happen when I’m earning a lot more money from this stuff. So, you know… no pressure.
Unconventional #MTMTE choice? Maybe, but here’s Ore!
Owing to a scarcity of reference info, I’ve based this half-portrait on Alex Milne’s design posted on Full Metal Hero, plus Ore’s big splash page in issue 2 and the annual for his eye colour. Probably not entirely accurate, but what can you do?
If you want a different Christmas card, keep an eye on my Redbubble store over the next few days.
I’m making no claims about these designs being labour-intensive, but who else is offering totally non-sentimental greeting cards featuring deadly reptiles wearing ties? Huh? Nobody, that’s who.
(Probably for good reason)