This was a private commission I completed in 2016. I don't normally draw mechanical objects, so it made a nice change of focus from my usual work.
This piece was created for an art school project as a visualisation of my work process. I wanted to convey the idea that art allows us to access worlds other than our own, and that in the very best work these worlds seem to continue even beyond the edges of the page, where we can no longer see them, as though the page were only a window. I was also trying to reflect the sort of inspirational feedback loop that exists between art and artist.
I completed this self-initiated piece as an homage to "Breath of the Wild", the latest game in the Legend of Zelda franchise
This map was drawn in 2016 for my art school project "Location: Unknown" (which you can check out at locationunknown.net!)
This is a self-portrait from 2017, drawn mostly just for fun (and also for shilling myself on social media.) I really like the exaggerated cartoony style of this one.
This is a self-initiated piece from 2017, inspired by one of my own warm-up sketches and undertaken more or less as an excuse to experiment with different digital colouring techniques.
This mock book cover was created in 2015, as part of a creative writing module I took at university. I think it turned out really well, especially considering how far outside my usual comfort zone it is.
I created this B-movie-inspired poster in 2013, for a cheesy horror movie by an amateur filmmaker. It's a few years old now and showing its age, but I still have a soft spot for it.
Another self-initiated piece, this time completed as part of an exploration into the mythology of the sea.
I drew this post-apocalyptic city scene in 2014, as the setting for a story I was writing at the time.
This is a self-initiated piece I completed in my spare time, partly as an exercise in using different colour schemes and partly because I thought it was a decent pun.
Meet Papa Cloaca, King of the Sewer. This character was originally conceived in around 2014 as part of a fantasy/sci-fi thing I never finished writing, but I liked him so much that in 2017 I decided to bring him back (with some mates) as an art.
I drew this political cartoon in 2016, after various universities started banning Harambe memes and Pepe was declared a hate symbol. Shadilay, my dudes.
This guy is based on a design I did years ago for a narwhal-based legendary Pokémon. His name is Whalnar, and he drifts majestically through the cosmos.
A scene from a thing I wrote in 2013, in which a boy encounters an ancient forest god roaming the desert for some reason.
This is a cool T-shirt design I came up with in my youth but only recently had the wherewithal to produce to any kind of a standard. Puns are great.