I love playing with new styles and learning how to be less hyper realistic and more creative.
I specialize in drawing, illustration, painting.
Inspired by Van Gogh's "Starry Night"
A second tree animal in my current series of micron pen drawings
This doodle of a cat means to Neal more than all the artworks of the world because it is a gift from someone important to him.
Advice learned from fairy tales.
WIP in the sketchbook. Colored pencil, feeling like Springtime
Neal and his future adoptive mom - Elle
“Claire!” Elle woke up with her daughter’s name on her lips. Startled, she sat up and looked around the living room with her heart still beating loudly in her chest. A dream, she realized dazedly.
Slowly, she crossed the way to the back door. With unseeing eyes she gazed out into the garden.
She remembered waking up in the hospital six years ago and seeing her husband sitting next to her. She remembered how he took her hand into his and looked at her with eyes full of despair. He told her that the doctor thought Claire might not survive. That she might die before she was even born, die before she had a chance to look into her mum’s eyes, feel a kiss on her forehead, clench her little fist around her dad’s finger, hear them speaking to her without a belly barrier between them… It was a silent, terrible death. It was the death of someone so precious, so innocent, so tiny…
Elle took a shuddering breath.
Charcoal, charcoal powder and carbon pencil.
(some doodles require two post-it notes)
The lovely Leo. Drawn with 0.93 and 0.05 fineliners on smooth A4 cartridge.
I found this guy the other day, just an older piece on scratchboard.
My place of work.
Fingerpainting on iPad
Acrylic on cradled board
Finger painted on my iPad
An image for an upcoming poetry book, using lots of crosshatching with Rapidograph pens.