illustrator, cartoonist and animator
This acrylic painting was developed from a spectacular photo that was gifted to me. As usually, I had to make some changes. The head was looking away. I created a model for what I needed and filled in details from research.
Some dudes that have no clue where they are.
Commission portrait drawn in black and white line using fine liners.
Commission portrait. Gorgeous tabby cat. Drawn in black and white line using fineliner's.
A #Mermay sketch from last year. Drawn in ink and coloured in photoshop
Dracarys!I made this into a shirt available on my cotton bureau pagehttps://cottonbureau.com/people/jim-bryson
This was a morning doodle that took me into the afternoon. It’s so hard to stop!
My Illustrated Alphabet letters were born out of a project in 2016. Each was drawn with pen & ink and each letter is illustrated with either an object, flora, fauna or wildlife that begins with that letter.
Drawn in pen and ink this is the original drawing in black line.
Gentleman Cat was modelled on a victorian oil painting with a special family cat as the star of the show! Part of a pair for a special Christmas present.
My favourite commission so far! Took me a while this one but so pleased with the finished piece. Didn't want to let her go! Drawn in black and white line using fine liners.
This is a design i made into a tshirt on my cotton bureau site. https://cottonbureau.com/people/jim-bryson
A lighthouse drawn with graphite pencils on sketch paper. Many thanks for looking.
The third drawing of my ocean drawing series.
Sharpie Doodlebomb in Locale’s Issue No. 88 of Luna Reece of Luna Reece Ceramics
I was gifted a pad of Yupo watercolor paper. The color vibrancy is unreal! Definitely a learning curb but the results are so fun. Plus this got me painting again. Working digital is such an easy fall back, but nothing beats a brush to paper.
Portrait of character from personal comic project.
Done on the iPad using procreate. Therapeutic meditative doodling.
Imaginary Friend Drawing Challenge