Went to see Drake last year in the O2 in London, loved him! He does come out with some cracking songs! Here is a digital pic of him.
FADE IN: EXT. COAST – DAY MAN WALKING ALONE ALONG THE COAST. MAN (Internal monologue) What are your first thoughts of me? What do you believe I do for a living? How old am I? Am I single? Am I a student? Wealthy? Pretty? All are questions you ask yourself subconsciously upon meeting new... Continue Reading →
I am a massive Jurassic Park fan! Like huuuugggeee! Even the rubbish third film I liked (please don't judge me), so as a tribute to the new film, here is a pencil drawing of Bryce Dallas Howard I did on my lunch break. Did you know she's the daughter of Ron Howard? Craig's fact of... Continue Reading →
“Goodbye Evan, you aren’t staying much longer are you?” Louise softly said to me, while picking up her multiple bags from her desk. I always wondered why she has so many bags, everyday it’s like she carries around the contents of her entire flat with her, including the kitchen sink. “No, I shouldn’t be too... Continue Reading →
One of my first digital drawings, I was still figuring out using the surface pro here. I didn't quite get the skin colour correct and the shading is a bit...shady. But practice makes perfect 👍
The bedroom illuminates with a flash of lightning as Carey silently sleeps. Dan is still wide awake, struggling to drop off as he watches and listens to the grunts and groans of the weather outside. He turns his head to look at his wife who is happily dribbling onto her pillow, Dan smiles: ‘who couldn’t... Continue Reading →
Another very early drawing of mine, this was done years and years ago...I think we still had dodo birds when I drew this. This is another Greg Capullo inspired sketch. Ladies and gentlemen, the Joker.
Dan makes his way downstairs and into the kitchen where Carey is stood at the sink cutting vegetables, “Did you find my wedding dress?” “…No, sorry love” Dan said without a hint of remorse in his voice. “Hmmm, that’s so strange, I can’t find it anywhere. I don’t know where it could have got to”... Continue Reading →