Friday, 18 July 2014

New website up and running

So after quite a few weeks I have now got my new website in working order.  I think it reflects my style as an illustrator a lot more than my older one did. I feel as though this year at University my style has developed from using drawing, to using photographs and other tools. So feel free to have a look and don't hesitate to get in contact with me if you would like any illustrations commissioned.  My details are on the contact page of my website.

Monday, 7 July 2014

What I've been up to

I haven't posted for a while as I've been quite busy working on updating my website, as at the minute it doesn't really fit with my illustrations. It's been fun coming up with some new ideas which reflect my style. Heres a sneak peek of whats to come on the new and improved website.

The final version I decided on. 

Sunday, 15 June 2014

A bit of inspiration

I bought this great book at the weekend, its full of amazing collage artists such as Julien Pacaud, Sammy Slabbinck and Mario-Wagner.  Definitely worth a look if you are interested in collage illustrations. I think it will be a good source of inspiration when I'm working on my future illustrations. 

Thursday, 29 May 2014

Universe Illustration Friday Challenge

My illustration for the Illustration Friday Challenge. I drew the image of the man with the telescope (using pencil), based on an old drawing. I then added elements to do with the stars and maps of the universe which I was inspired by.

Tuesday, 20 May 2014

The finished printed book

I have now got the printed version of my booklet - The Alice in Wonderland style photography book, Here is a peek of what it looks like; 

Alice in Wonderland inspired Photography book

This is one of the images from my photography book which is available for viewing online through ISSU. 

Saturday, 26 April 2014

Photo-book - Wonderland

For my Photo-book I decided to look at the theme of Alice in Wonderland, as my initial collection of photographs where gardens and outdoor scenery so I thought this would fit well. I wanted my images to have a whimsical feel about them, to be in keeping with the book. - the link to the ISSU document where my booklet is presented. 

Here is a sneak preview of some of the images inside;