Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Keeping crime down

I have been chomping my way through numerous projects which have been keeping me out of trouble. (I'm not sure why I have been chomping, I think it's nearly dinner time.) Should I ever run out of projects then no doubt the crime rate in Wickham will escalate. The National Trust have kept me saintly with a job illustrating their family calendar for 2013. The Russians have distracted me with a monster based alphabet book (that's 33 letters) and Quarto have kept the bank vaults safe with 20,000 leagues under the sea. There are more examples of the illustrations for these books with this undersea monsters book illustration, this Squid and Nautilaus book illustration and this Diver illustration. I shall go now and embark upon another project and once again put off my plans for the great 2012 bus hijack.

Tuesday, 17 January 2012


Long ago in the warmer parts of last year I dug up a potato of obscene proportions. It became known as Spudzilla. Sadly, before Spudzilla could gain renown throughout the land it became chips. Many many chips. Yum.
Note: despite the nature of the photo, no children were encouraged to eat raw potato, just chips. Yum.

Stuff has happened, followed by other stuff that also happened.

I have a moment to breath while I await the next stage of various projects that I am currently involved in. Since the last time I arranged words on this space I have been busy making pictures. So here is a selection.
There it is, samples from some of the projects I have been working on. The image of the japanese woman was produced for a story about a tea shop written by author Andrew Segal. The story has been published in an e- book called Fables 4 Japan (book2). 100% of the sales from these books will go to the Red Cross in care of the March 11th earthquake victims.

Take care