I’ve been really enjoying using a brush to ink my work recently, here’s my current WIP. Feels good to get lost in the brushstrokes.
I recently answered some questions for don’t panic online which is up on their website.
Also I have some prints and original work up for sale at my store if you want to check it out.
I’ve been trying to bring brushed inks into my work and escape the monotony of fine liners/boring lines. This drawing was born out of a happy accident but I’m pretty happy with how it’s come out. I feel like it’s showing some sort of progression in my work. Want to try and introduce colour to this in the future but for now here’s a black and white WIP.
I don’t know what it is about colouring drawings but I never seem to feel satisfied with the outcome. I printed out and scanned the colour of this image seperately to the linework a couple of times to try and distress it a bit. Still not sure I’m 100% satisfied with it. But I feel it’s a lot closer than I’ve been before to what I see in my head.
Leftover drawings from some of the projects I’ve been working on recently. I think I’ll make these ‘sketchdumps’ a regular thing.
Frames from a super short animation on modern day communication/text talk/escapism. I’d really like to branch out into some longer animation work soon. Making GIFs seems to always end up leaving me with an appetite for animation.
I’ve started compiling sketchbook drawings into these compositions of objects/floating heads. I’ve found it really therapeutic.
This drawing was mashed together for a last minute screen print session. The actual prints didn’t really come out to well but I thought I’d through the digital version up here anyway. Gold teeth and braces forever.
This drawing is available as a one colour silkscreen print over at my store. The printed version is purple on off white paper. limited to 30. I also have an original drawing for sale if anyone’s interested.
Really miss working like this. Don’t know what the scanner has done to the text on the right of this sketchbook spread, but it’s the result of an exquisite corpse exercise I liked. featuring snippets of text cut from a Bukowski novel and a textbook on geology.
thanks a lot! your work is beautiful.