Artist and illustrator based near London
I specialize in fine art, illustration, pen and ink, watercolor.
ink drawing coloured and finished digitally.
Drawn spontaneously for a story I was thinking about at the time. Might be my cutest work? Ink and watercolour on paper, 210 X 297mm
My usual warm up - doodles on more or less random blobs of paint. Watercolour on paper, A3
Another one of blob to creature exercises. Watercolor on A3
"Potato digger", watercolour and ink on paper, 210mm x 148mm(A5).
Tiny painting made on my break from a bigger project I'm working on. The whole thing sprouted from a sketch of my small potato plant. Anyone else feels sorry for their patatoes when they sprout too much and plants them? The plants are so pretty, too!
Warm up creatures, finished
Watercolour and ink on paper, 254X178mm. A more planned drawing, based on a little sketchbook doodle
For some reason, this is one of my favorite works. It's a total fluke, doodle on a spare piece of watercolour paper, totally unplanned
Ink and digital painting(Adobe Photoshop). Original drawing on A2. Based on life drawing sketch.
Drawn on Christmas day 2017. Watercolour and ink on paper, 15X29cm.
Doodled some birds
My partner building Lego millennium falcon
Painting about leaving good things behind, and not missing them. It's kind of about aging and moving on. Watercolor on paper, smaller than A3.
based on a sketchbook drawing, inspired by drunk conversation
My sketchbook spread. This is actually a moleskin watercolor album which I'm mostly using to draw from life. This is sharp and spiky versus soft and fluffy. The models were the two of my house plants, and aim was a texture and light study.
Drawn on the Weeze Airport in 2016
Doodles on blotches - my favorite warm-up routine
Plant explosion - here I transformed random doodles into painting
I have this tiny moleskin watercolour sketchbook I have just finished, so I'm going to upload some of my favorites dragons and plants I drew in it