From quick doodles and practice sketches to mini commissions, here is some of my artwork that I feel is worthy of
keeping. Click through to see each piece in full and find out more about it.
A painting of Pooh and Friends as if they were real animals.
Trying to get back into some drawing after a little while, here's some sketches of Star Wars characters!
It's the third installment of my efforts at capturing a likeness. This time in full colour!
I followed along to a digital painting tutorial, this is the result.
A quick painting of a feathery dinosaur.
Further Photoshop painting, this time of the mannequin in my window sill.
Following on from part I, a second installment of my practice at
capturing a likeness using famous faces.
A sketch of a pine cone, an exercise in patience.
A drawing of a bee using a mechanical pencil.
A little storyboard I did for someone to use in their powerpoint presentation about research and
Capturing a likeness is really tricky, I thought it'd be good practice to try and sketch some famous faces.
For my Dad's 60th birthday I thought I'd try and summarise his entire life on a single sheet of paper.
A picture of our encounter with Indian Jones himself, Harrison Ford, along with his wife Calista Flockhart,
whilst chugging along on a narrow-boat down a Welsh canal!
When not covering the office blackboard with equations I took advantage of having a nice large canvas for