The Ship Captain's Medical Guide (As Interpreted by "Stew") is an illustrated version of a medical reference book carried on all British Merchant Navy ships. It's a terribly serious old tome, and not a very entertaining read, but luckily this new adaptation comes with 30+ daft cartoons to help guide even the drunken-est sailor through its many pages of potentiall...

Yes, yes, I know it's been a while since I wrote, but I've been unbelievably busy with this new commission and countless Real Life™ commitments. Don't judge me.

I've not been so busy, however, that I wasn't able to squeeze in a few Inktober drawings this month. Not nearly as many as I would have liked, to be fair, but if I wanted to do all 31 I would have to have...

For a while I've been meaning to draw more landscape art. My focus has always been primarily on character design and as a result I feel like I've fallen behind on...well, everything other than character design. So I thought as a fun exercise I'd try and picture a happy place, somewhere peaceful and remote, and put it down on paper as best I could.

I initially imag...

I've been a fan of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy since I was a kid, and I have this really lovely hardback volume of all three books that I bought myself a while back as a treat, but it's only recently occurred to me to try re-reading those stories that had my younger self so spellbound. And yeah, they're as good as I remember.

In homage, I thought I...

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