Hi to everyone ! I am a freelance artist/illustrator living on the beautiful Central Coast area of NSW (near Sydney) in Australia. I have been drawing for many years mostly as a hobby, I am now looking to hopefully turn my hobby into a living.
I specialize in digital art, doodling, drawing, illustration, mixed media.
This old car suits in the exact same place in my neighborhood.
Here's a color pencil drawing of Donna, this is the 3rd drawing I have uploaded of this model. Many thanks for looking !
Ink on paper.
Ink on scratchboard.
Ink on paper, 6x8”.
This is a color pencil drawing by me based on a model named Veronika.I used Faber Castell Polychroms and Prismacolor pencils on Smooth Cartridge paper.many thanks for looking.
This a self portrait drawing of myself as a younger man, with a lot of shadow play on the portrait itself and a stylized background of a sky, clouds and the sun, rendered in a kind of an imaginary dream-like almost surreal scenario. Many thanks for looking.
Nat checking her email. The polar fleece blanket colour and texture didn't turn out the way I wanted it to.
Bic4 Ballpoint Pen, Sanrio Novelty 10 Colour Ballpoint Pen on Archival 8.5" x 11" paper
Bic4 Ballpoint Pen, Sanrio Novelty 10 Colour Ballpoint Pen on Archival 8.5" x 11" paper. Model: Meadhbh (Maeve)
Bic4 Ballpoint Pen, Sanrio Novelty 10 Colour Ballpoint Pen on Archival 8.5" x 11" paper.
A breakdown of the Bic4 pen and No-name 10 colour pen layering that I’ve used.
Drawing in a single direction instead of using back-and-forth movement alleviates some of the blotching that happens when using ballpoint pens. The back-and-forth method usually deposits the gunk that builds up on the tip of the ballpoint, smearing them in unexpected and unfortunate places on the drawing. When using the back-and-forth method, I usually have a napkin handy in order to clean the tip of the pen. Model: Meadhbh (Maeve)
36 Days of the Via Francigena pilgrim walk recorded in sketch form, 1000 miles of drawing.
This started off as a black ink drawing, but after scanning into my computer, I played around in Pixelmator to add the background and some effects to achieve the final result. This was going to be my first attempt at either Inktober ot Artober. Many thanks for looking !
I was too late and missed the entry deadline…eating too much ProCrastinate?? lol. Anyways, couldn’t resist and fired up Adobe Dimensions, Illustrator and Photoshop for this quick and dirty advert.
Here's a drawing I made of pinup model Lalla.I used black ink, color pencil (black and grey) graphite pencil on watercolor paper. Many thanks for looking.
A color pencil drawing of actress Jenna Louise Coleman (with some post scanning work in Photoshop).Many thanks for looking !
Color pencil drawing. many thanks for looking.
Found this quote a few days back, and it really resonated with me. The message is clear that we really shouldn't wait for the "perfect moment" or spend too much time looking for the "easy way" as neither of these options truly exist, they are in effect excuses for not getting on and doing what needs to be done. in order to achieve our goals. If we are honest with ourselves "now" is always the best time, and doing rather than thinking about doing is the way forward. This is a mixed media artwork as the drawing of the girl has been reworked in Photoshop along with the wording and torn paper effect all being digital. Many thanks for looking !
A lighthouse drawn with graphite pencils on sketch paper. Many thanks for looking.
12”x 9” acrylic
Here's another "Mandala" - hope you like it.
A "Mandala" I made recently. Hope you like it.